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The Mailbox® Plus Is Always Thankful for Teachers

The Mailbox® Plus—the established leader in providing teacher-created ideas that really work for 50 years—is edited by educators who are experienced at assessing what teachers will find valuable and worth incorporating into lessons. We’re sharing our “From the Editor” letters for November, where the editors of The Mailbox Plus share their thoughts on Thanksgiving as well as some activities that are just right for this time of year! Want to get a closer look at these activities? Take a FREE trial of The Mailbox Plus today!  Prekindergarten Activities for November Managing Editor Kimberly Ann Brugger writes: “When I was a child, my extended family always had a big Thanksgiving meal together. It was loud, crazy, and wonderful, with cousins running all over the place. After dinner, we would all take a walk before dessert. (Since I’m from Michigan, that walk was occasionally more than brisk!) This is why November makes me think of family, joyful meals, and coziness. My goal was to convey these feelings with this issue packed full of November goodness! Here are some of my favorite features: Perfect Plans for Littles: Thanksgiving—Plan an entire day of activities on Thanksgiving with this handy graphic organizer and collection of

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This Veterans Day, Enlist Infobase’s History Resources

Every November, we honor all of the brave men and women in the United States Armed Forces who fought to keep the U.S. and other parts of the world safe and free. Originally known as Armistice Day, Veterans Day was originally established to honor those who fought in World War I, but was later expanded to include all veterans. This Veterans Day, Infobase is highlighting content related to the major wars of the past and the brave warriors who fought in them.  Learn about America’s Wars with American History Infobase’s American History database features Topic Centers that bring together specially selected content—articles, shareable slideshows, videos, primary sources, timelines, and more—on the major battles our veterans have fought in, including: Revolutionary War Battles War of 1812 U.S.-Mexican War American Civil War Plains Indian Wars Spanish-American War World War I World War II in Europe and the Pacific Korean War Vietnam War Persian Gulf War Iraq War Afghanistan War American History’s editorially curated Topic Centers provide valuable study guides and entry points into the relevant, authoritative content, making it easy for users to locate and explore the content they need quickly and efficiently.  Want even more history content? If your institution also

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The beloved cast of Sesame Street, including Big Bird and Elmo

How Do You Get to Sesame Street™? Via Learn360 and Just for Kids!

“Can you tell me how to get, how to get to Sesame Street™?” For many of us, it seems like there was never a time that existed before the beloved educational children’s show Sesame Street went on the air. It has become such an institution that parents who were raised on Sesame Street will watch it with their children and talk about what they remember about the show when they were young. Yet, the show did, in fact, debut on November 10, 1969, and it has been teaching and entertaining children (and parents!) all around the world ever since.  Learn360, the ultimate streaming media resource for K–12 schools, and the Just for Kids Streaming Collection for public libraries each feature more than 150 Sesame Street videos! Grounded in research and best practices in early childhood education, these short videos cover critical skills in emotional well-being (including self-regulation and executive function), math, science, and language and literacy. Join Big Bird, Rosita, Cookie Monster, and all your Sesame friends for joyful shared learning on the Street. From instructional videos to songs and animations…it’s Sesame time!  Here are just some of the Sesame Street videos you can find in Learn360 and Just for

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