Resource Lists by Topic

  • Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month Resources

    May is Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month. These resources highlight and support Asian American and Pacific Islander students, families and communities. Included are Virtual Events/Webinars, Background Information, Distance Learning Lessons and Resources, Read Alouds, and Responses to Covid-19 Related Racism and Xenophobia.

    Digital Resources from Local and Far Away Favorites

    Free digital resources available from museums and other organizations. Watch Omni Films from the Minnesota Science Museum and the Cheetah Cub Cam at the Smithsonian National Zoo. Students and families can access all these at home.

    Diverse Literature/Social Studies Read Alouds, Grades 2-5

    These books and related resources align to the Unit 4 social studies benchmarks in grades 2-5. They are intended to supplement social studies instruction by engaging students with literature related to social studies topics. You tube read alouds included for all books listed.

    Diverse Representation in Children's, Middle Grades and Young Adult Literature

    List of websites, blogs and organizations that will help you identify and evaluate diverse representation in children's literature. Also included are some read aloud collections.

    Election 2020: Teaching Resources

    Help your K-12 students learn about voting and civic engagement using resources from Black Lives Matter, Zinn Education Project, Teaching Tolerance, SPPS Integrated Units and more.

    Indigenous Peoples Resources

    List of resources, programs and information that work toward interrupting the invisibility and stereotypes surrounding indigenouse people.

    Ramadan Resources

    Here are some resources to support students and families, especially those that are navigating distance learning and observing Ramadan.

    Rethinking Thanksgiving: Digital Teaching Resources

    Use these resources to help your students understand the importance of gratitude, while interrupting the harmful narratives and stereotypes that often surround this holiday.