It is often said that April showers bring May flowers, and it couldn't be more accurate for us here at Reach Every Voice. Everything is blooming and bringing pollen, and now it's gotten hotter and thunderstorms are rolling in every other day!
This is all appropriate, of course, since our two new science lessons are Pollen and Thunderstorms! The rest of the lessons are equally timely, with a history lesson on why we celebrate Memorial Day and a current event lesson on the proposed Green New Deal.
We round out our selections this month with a two-choice biography lesson on the influential Mahatma Gandhi and his non-violent protesting that changed not only his country, but sparked change across the world.
Don't forget to take a look at our lesson library for many more options!
Here's what is new in our library this month:
Mahatma Gandhi (a two-choice lesson)
Why We Celebrate Memorial Day
The Green New Deal
In this two-choice lesson, learn all about Mahatma Gandhi. His non-violent protests not only changed the course of his nation of India, but inspired countless others.
Learn all about the worst enemy to those with allergies, pollen. Did you know how important it is to plants and bees though?
As spring turns to summer, thunderstorms start happening with more frequency. Learn all about lightning, thunder, and how these storms happen.
More than the kickoff to summer, Memorial Day is to remember the members of the armed services who lost their lives while on duty. Learn about the history and traditions of Memorial Day in this lesson.
Recently proposed in Congress, the Green New Deal is a plan to address climate change and economic inequality. Learn more about this plan and how it could change the United States.
Looking for more? Check out the Lesson Library for our growing archive of lessons!