Infuse your social studies and science instruction with rich literacy instruction and engaging inquiry-based experiences.
IMPACT® Social Studies and Inspire Science® feature a variety of resources that are engaging, fun for students, and easy to implement in the time that you have available.
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Use these science and social studies resources in your class today
The Explorer Magazine is a fun, easy-to-use student resource with accessible and interesting social studies content. Use it as a supplement during your literacy block or as an individual and/or collaborative resource during dedicated social studies instruction.
IMPACT Social Studies Inquiry Projects place students at the center of the learning experience. Engaging Essential Questions make learning fun and relevant as students unpack historical concepts and discover unique perspectives as they answer lesson questions and analyze high quality primary and secondary sources.
Included within every module, leveled readers ensure students access to leveled resources that support close reading and analysis of non-fictional texts.
Inquiry Activities are student-led and inquiry-driven experiences that promote both scientific literacy and proficiency with the science and engineering practices, disciplinary core ideas, and crosscutting concepts.
Page Keeley’s Formative Assessment Science Probes
Found at the beginning of each lesson, the Probes present the lesson phenomenon in an engaging way while promoting discussion and revealing commonly-held preconceptions students may have.
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