Prepare for a visit or visit at a distance with these resources that will have you diving into the impressive collections of New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Help your students learn about this tragic event in world history through interactive resources, going from letters to survivor testimonies and more.
Discover these classroom resources by Quebec's Ministry of Education (in French). The secondary 3 history capsules tie in nicely with our itineraries.
Learn about Quebec and the evolution of the French language through song with this musical resource (in French).
Immerse yourself into the lives of French nobility as you tour the Château de Versailles (in French) and learn about the people who lived in it.
Understand the events and important dates of World War I with these instructional maps.
Explore these sites grounded in science with these immersive travels offered by the Washington Post.
Since 1996, Alloprof has supported teachers and students with free multimedia educational resources for all ages and subjects.
Paris' most famous museum offers a selection of videos about art techniques, artists, pieces, and art restoration.
Introduce new perspectives to your history class with these media resources by legendary filmmaker Ken Burns. Keep browsing, there's tons to discover here!
Access the largest digital source of stories and experiences shared by Canada’s museums and heritage organizations, for students of all ages.
Discover Venice as if you were really in Italy with this amazing Trek by Google that brings you straight to the streets and canals of The Floating City. Andiamo!
This app blends music & language to help you practice new words. We chose Famille by Jean-Jacques Goldman but lots more tunes are available.
Get a comprehensive and step by step virtual tour of the Gettysburg National Park with a park ranger.
There are nearly 12 million Franco-Americans in the U.S. and almost 10% of them speak French at home.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art offers lesson plans for elementary, middle and high school students to integrate art into your school program.
You'll want to bookmark this resource for your next trip to The Big Apple to make sure not to miss out on some fantastic must-see street art through the city.
The Musée d'Orsay has great activities to accompany your visit, like this workshop about art criticism on legendary writer Charles Baudelaire (in French).
Browse through this incredible collection of resources (in French), including lesson plans and activities inspired by French gastronomy.
Explore this fundamental period of Quebec history with an incredibly detailed online exhibition.
America’s only Museum of Mathematics has over a dozen brain teasers and puzzles to try out with your students.
Learn about Quebec history through its local artists and artworks in these online exhibits by the MNBAQ (in French).
Hear the stories (in French) that have been passed on from generation to generation, now an integral part of Quebecois and Canadian culture.
Discover the paintings of one of Europe's most beautiful museums through three virtual tours of the Gallery's collection of masterpieces.
Use these fascinating virtual exhibitions to discover the events and trends of Ville-Marie's past that helped shaped it into the city that we know today.
Statistics enthusiasts, look no further! Find all of the numbers you need on New York's population, languages spoken, education, age, place of birth, and more.
See the murals that have brought new life to the boroughs of New York with this project that raises awareness for community issues through street art.
Books can tell a lot about the past, present & future of a city like New York. Here's the ultimate list of books about the Big Apple for all types of readers!
The Biodome, Planetarium, Botanical Garden and Insectarium teamed up and prepared fun hands-on workshops related to life on Earth and beyond.
Try these fun and interactive lesson plans by the Canadian National Historic site to bring the subject of the Cold War into your classroom.
From Viola Desmond to women voting, find resources dedicated to the evolution & understanding of human rights.
International relations, counterterrorism, and more, in these lesson plans, resources, and activities prepared by one of Washington's coolest museums.
Browse through a variety of lesson plans and primary source documents, tested by teachers and made available by Washington's Capitol Visitor Center.
Visit the United Nations Headquarters in New York from the comfort of your classroom to learn about the history and essential role of this organization.
Learn about the history, symbolism, and architecture behind the mythical Paris monument with this resource (in French) by the Centre des Monuments Nationaux.
Browse through the ACELF's impressive bank of educational activities for all subjects and levels (in French).
Use these classroom activities before and after seeing The Lion King musical to have your students embrace their Broadway experience to the fullest.
A highlight for many people visiting France, the Catacombs are mysterious & thrilling. Discover the story behind the underground ossuaries, here (in French).
Take a dive into the themes of immigration, media, and propaganda to better understand the tragic but important story behind the Holocaust.
One of D.C.'s most popular Smithsonian has fantastic resources for all themes and grades, plus a great STEM-themed lecture archive to browse through.
Contextualize World War II from a Canadian perspective as you browse through this rich bank of resources by Canada's Second World War museum.
Kondiaronk, Jeanne Mance, and Maisonneuve are just some of the important characters in Montreal history. Learn about the others, here.
Find resources on the Spanish-American War, African American Military Heroes, the 369th Infantry Regiment and more.
Created by the National Museum of Natural History, the Ocean Portal has a variety of lesson plans about microbes, climate, hurricanes, corals, and more.
Browse through the world map for incredible music-related resources to help support cultural diversity and understanding among peoples.
Shape your next Big Apple itinerary to spot the recent artworks that have been added to the New York City landscape.
Deepen your knowledge about where humans came from with these resources on early human evolution and culture.
You're only one click away from visiting Quebec's most iconic and captivating museums. Select your favorites and take a virtual tour from your classroom.
STEM pit-stop for tons of science experiments and short educational videos going from ocean acidification to DNA extraction.
This documentary file draws a parallel between France's acclaimed cathedral & Hugo's literary work through historical & cultural references (in French).
Visit the Sacré-Coeur Basilica as if you were in Paris and learn about its history and architecture at your own pace.
Put your virtual walking shoes on, you're headed for a trek in Nepal, to the Pyramids of Giza, up El Capitan in Yosemite, and to the Everest base camp!
Learn where the names of Canada's lands, lakes and rivers come from with this interactive map commemorating the veterans who defended our freedom.
Canada's first French broadcaster, the counterpart of CBC, had a huge impact on building Quebec identity & culture. Learn more about it (in French), here.
Visit the various forms of theater that were practiced in Quebec and other francophone regions of Canada from 1604 to 2010, in this resource (in French).
Discover 540 francophone songs, from the years 1900 to 2009, presented in their historical, cultural & technological contexts (in French).
Look back at the event that attracted over 50 million visitors to Montreal and still resonates through its people & landscapes today.
Uncover the answers to all of the questions you've ever, or never, asked yourselves regarding various subjects (videos in French & in English).
Review your Canadian chops with a quiz on geography, culture, literature, or holidays in Canada (in English & French).
Enjoy these short tours of Grand Central, the Brooklyn Bridge, Madison Square Garden, and more, to get your students excited for their next trip to New York.
Discover "a bunch of resources" on Quebec geography and the tools used in the study of the province's vast territory (in French).
Here's a list of book suggestions by the New York Public Library for you to bring U.S. ethnic diversity and immigrant history to the classroom.
Complete your classroom material with these copyright-free images that go from Argentina to art déco, to Chicago, Bonhomme Carnaval, and more!
Browse through this impressive online collection of 4200 art works by Van Gogh. Discover the Dutch artists' most famous and less known works.
Have your students bridge the path between New Amsterdam and the New York of today with this lesson plan by the New York Public Library.
Canada's prized symphony orchestra has a beautiful selection of online classical concerts. Get a taste of Stravinsky, Mahler and everything in between.
Discover famous historical and mythical characters through these short and fun animated videos (in French), featuring MLK, Louis Pasteur, and more!
Find Hispanic culture activities & content for discussion, plus virtual tours of the exhibitions & archives covering 50 years of history are also available.
Practice your French for various life situations, like travelling abroad, eating out, and shopping with these lesson plans (in French).
Add some dimension to mathematical theories with these interactive workshops on predicting, optimizing, proving, concluding and more!
Explore 400 years of history with this virtual tour of the monastery famously founded by Marie of the Incarnation.
Understand the U.S. and the world at the time of the Kennedys with these lesson plans by one of our favorite Boston attractions.
Students want to save their money for shopping while in NYC. Consult this interactive map to note down where to go to eat well and keep within budget!
Most of NYC's charm comes from its architectural diversity. Discover New York's famous monuments, skyscrapers, bridges, and more, here.
See the inspiration behind the stories of Edmond Rostand, Émile Zola and Victor Hugo as you discover their homes in France (in French).
Access the infinite resources of the EducArt hub. With themes like cultural diversity to resiliency, it's a great find for art teachers.
Expand your knowledge of French cinema or choose a movie for your next French class with this top 100 list.
Discover short documentaries, music and workshops created by young and talented First Nations from Canada and other part of the world.
Compare 3 speeches of the 1960's civil rights movements & 1 contemporary speech to explore the use of rhetoric.
One of our favorite Boston attractions has great classroom material on marine life for K-12 groups, plus aquarium guides for you to prepare for a visit.
We absolutely loved discovering this resource! Learn about current events, science, and culture, while improving your French pronunciation.
On National Geographic's cool customizable map, you can create labels, write text, add data, and get overviews & facts on pretty much any city or country.
The digital Dali experience is sure to inspire you, with its lesson plans, activities, and videos on the Surrealist movement. Let your creative juices flow!
Head to the National Resources section for hundreds of lesson plans chosen by Smithsonian educators for teachers who are doing distance learning.
Learn about the Louvre, Versailles, and the Eiffel Tower on your virtual commented tour of the City of Lights' most famous landmarks.
Find incredible exhibitions on important U.S. events from museums, archives, and libraries, that have been digitized for educational use.
Dive into contemporary Quebec poetry with 32 artists who present their work in written or video, plus you'll find some related lesson plans too (in French).
Browse through thousands of cultural primary sources from Imperial Russia, to WWI and more, made available online by the Library of Congress and UNESCO.
Explore diversity, equity and inclusivity in STEM with your students with these thoughtful lesson plans by Ingenium Canada.
Everything is in the title! Browse through this catalogue of must-see sites for your next trip to the Big Apple.
Visit New York's beloved park through videos made by the incredible staff at the Conservancy, committed to keeping the park clean & accessible for all.
Learn about hydroelectricity (energy from water!) with these resources for all ages made available by this North-American leader in renewable energy.
Create interactive videos for your classroom with this easy-to-use tool that will have your students engaging with your lessons at their own pace.
Take part in one or all of the 30 quests offered by the Earth School to help your students better understand and celebrate our natural world.
Try these grade 9-12 lesson plans to teach your students about marine ecology's origin and evolution and its conservation for the future.
Explore the Intrepid and the Space Shuttle Pavilion, and browse through the museum's expositions with this partnership with Google Arts & Culture.
Try this activity by the National Geographic on the role of technology in the growing of the Roman Empire.
Explore the fascinating collections of Germany's Alte Nationalgalerie online exhibitions to discover its most coveted masterpieces.
Foster musical engagement & provide fantastic learning opportunities for special needs students with this guidebook and videos for educators.
Here's your one-stop shop for education guides, interactive resources and quizzes on all things Canada, thanks to the Canadian Encyclopedia.
Prepare for your trip to Paris and that time at the Louvre with these virtual tours that give an overview of the artwork you should expect to see.
Admire the architecture of the world's most beautiful libraries on these virtual tours of the Library of Congress, Oxford's Bodleian Library, and more.
Explore Harvard from home and discover the spaces that aren't normally accessible during in-person campus visits such as classrooms & laboratories.
Browse by historical period to find great writing assignments on American history that focus on improving your students' critical thinking.
Watch these French television reports and answer topic-related questions to test your students listening and comprehensive skills (in French).
Find visual and documentary support for your U.S. history lessons in this incredible bank of teaching resources.
Fly to Washington and educate future voters on the issues, processes and impacts of voting with lesson plans and interactive activities for the classroom.
Discover the dynamic programs and curriculum resources on New York City, NY State and the U.S., made available online by the museum & library.
Try these free science & math simulations for all levels that'll put your STEM students to the test.
Looking for a book to study in class? Browse through hundreds of books and authors to find your perfect fit and download it for free, voilà!
Spend 3 minutes per artwork with these short videoclips commented by the volunteer guides at Montreal's leading museum in fine arts.
Use this beginner level material (in French) to ease your students into listening to Québécois French.
Take a trip to the Milky Way with this podcast written & read (in French) by Montreal astrophysicist, Hubert Reeves.
Listen to this delightful podcast from American Public Media to get the answers to all of your science questions!
Learn about the discovery of the Paleolithic cave in southwest France & listen to other interesting podcasts on historical events (in French).
Take a virtual tour of the current exhibits of the San José museum and deepen your knowledge on Costa Rica history, while practicing your Spanish.
Follow Jamie & Fred for a walking tour on Omaha and Juno Beach to teach you everything about this crucial day in world history (in French).
The librarians of the New York Public Library have offered great suggestions for middle level books for the class. Go through the list to find some inspiration!
Get ready for an amazing virtual tour of Spain's most important cities, from the sun-bathed streets of Seville to the vibrating Ramblas in Barcelona.
Practice understanding French with these podcasts extracted from the news, offered with a complimentary quiz.
Videos, webinars, at-home science activities, there's a bunch to choose from here on animals, global conservation and more!
Follow the trail of your liking, like the Plateau, Mont-Royal, or even Little Italy, to discover the artists and stories behind Montreal's famous street art scene.
Have fun participating in hands-on activities, scavenger hunts and other games to discover more about the USS Constitution and the life of its sailors!
Choose a subject among the unusual themes and practice your listening skills with the attached learning sheet.
Find lesson plans offered by Canadian museums and teachers from all over the country (web page in French, resources in English & in French).
Introduce your students to the incredible and ever-so-changing world of arts with these lesson plans that are sure to bring out your students' creativity!
Can you crack the code? Use this lesson plan to teach your students about the evaluation of algebraic expressions.
Enjoy contemporary art, music collections, gardens and much more at Boston's Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum.
Defy your students on their civics and social studies knowledge with these online games by iCivics.
Bring STEM into the classroom with this catalogue of videos that will help answer your students' multiple questions about the universe.
Discover this mathematics lesson plan about probabilities, offered by Penn State Public Broadcasting.
Learn about Québec, from its architecture then & now, to the characters who have marked its history (in French).
Enjoy a virtual tour of the Washington D.C. highlight to learn more about the site of Lincoln's assassination.
Here's the perfect exercise to practice French listening & writing skills, with about 50 dictations to choose from.
Here's an incredible collection of primary source documents to complete your lesson plans on Quebec (in French).
Find science activities to do in the classroom or for your students to do at home. Here are bunch of suggestions that that will challenge your class.
Have a look at these interactive resources, sorted by teaching level, and offering various themes that will make learning French fun!
Hello, London! Embark on an amazing virtual journey towards the British capital main landmarks and catch a glimpse of your next class trip there!
Browse through this selection of lesson plans and projects to help sensitize your students to the climate crisis.
Preparing a lesson on the European Union? Take advantage of these ready-to-use presentation slides illustrating various aspects of the EU.
Browse through these lesson plans based on art pieces that will help your students see beyond images.
Explore the famous museum collections with this interactive and original tool that will teach you about the most impressive pieces.
Learn about the planets, the moon, the comets and much more with this solar system exploration offered by the NASA.
Be mesmerized by the hidden beauties of USA's National Parks such as Bryce Canyon or Kenai Fjords.
Help your students with their physics program with these interactive STEM resources.
These animated physics and chemistry simulations offered by CK-12 are a great addition to your STEM class.
Take on a trip to explore Mount Vernon Estate Mansion from your classroom and walk in the steps of George Washington.
Bring your students on a virtual field trip to explore the many sites of Yosemite National Park.
Help your students chose their future college with these online tours. Explore away!
Help your students with their biology program with these interactive STEM resources.
Step in the shoes of William Shakespeare and enjoy a virtual tour of the Globe Theatre (online or via an application).
Explore the African American history and culture with this catalogue of resources including media, lesson plans and more.
Bring STEM to your classroom with these lesson plans on estuary and ocean preservation, offered by the NOAA.
This interactive activity challenges learners to solve unit rate problems in real world situations.
Organize discussions and debates, and teach critical thinking in your classroom, with this easy tool (requires registration but free for educators).
Browse through a list of subjects relating to history, culture, arts and geography, to learn all about the past and present.
Practice calculating probability and odds, and converting probability to odds (and vice versa!).
Explore and identify the patterns of mathematical functions with input-output tables.
Take a deep dive into the ocean with these fascinating resources about Coral Ocean, Submarine STEM and more.
Help your students develop their observation, critical thinking and creativity with these lesson plans offered by the Art Gallery of Ontario.
Browse through these fascinating books about the history and current affairs of indigenous peoples.
Browse through more than 7,000 videos on arithmetic, biology, economics, STEM and so much more!
Help your students stay connected with science with the Franklin Institute's collection of digital resources including hands-on activities and videos.
Dive into the history of the American Revolution with these digital resources, including videos & interactive activities.
Using common households items, learn scientific principles with these simple experiments. A great addition to your STEM class.
Learn about creative initiatives in the art world to implement sustainable development techniques.
Thanks to their live webcam feeds, spend some time with the animals of the Georgia Aquarium and learn more about their natural habitats.
Follow in the footsteps of explorer Samuel de Champlain and learn more about the history of Quebec with this six-part documentary-fiction series.
Make geometry, algebra, and calculus come to life with this dynamic software that allows you to play with points, segments, vectors and more.
Help your students with their English and Mathematics with this resource that combines quizzes and explanations.
Unveil the history of the French language in Canada with this interactive and educational map (in French).
Browse through these creative and imaginative resources from the De Young Museum and bring out your students' inner artists.
Dive into the world of art with this resource bank from the Paul J. Getty Museum, that offers lesson plans and workshops by the dozens.
Be amazed by this infinite bank of resources for art history. Browse through dozens of masterpieces deciphered in fascinating videos.
Guidance for parents and educators with encouraging online learning and monitoring progress.
Learn about the Lascaux Cave through a virtual tour, quizzes and a descriptive historical timeline, made available online by the government of France.
Browse through 80 years of British film history and more than 90,000 historical film clips. There's even a ''Canada'' collection, go check it out!
Browse through a database of multimedia posters. Whether you're interested in literature, arts, culture, or science, there's something for everyone!
Raise your students awareness of international humanitarian law and open the discussion about important issues such as refugees and child soldiers.
Simulate a parliamentary committee meeting on limiting the use of social media to learn about Canadian politics.
Find great material from public media, with interviews, court hearings, and historic events recorded on tv & radio.
Find tons of chemistry-related questions explained; acids & bases, atomic structure, gases, organic chemistry and more for your STEM groups.
Use these interactive maps to help illustrate the evolution of various themes and events in American history.
Have your students practice their critical thinking, reading and writing with this bank of world history resources for the classroom (requires registration).
Try these creative classroom-tested, scientist-approved lesson plans that are tied to curriculum standards. Cosmic explosions, net force & more!
Biology, business, astronomy, theater, you name it! Choose a course theme for short interactive videos on hundreds of school subjects.
Discover the coolest new stories in science, technology & innovation with this variety of podcasts & activities for Middle School students.
Give your students the knowledge, skills & practice they need to achieve advanced literacy success with these vocabulary & reading exercises.
The Massachusetts Institute of Technology created fantastic math and science video lessons to use with your High school students.
Help develop your students' problem-solving skills & draw inspiration for your next lesson plan with these online mathematics quizzes for K-12 groups.
Jumpstreet crafted this blog post to help recall the story of how French language & culture planted its seed in New England.
Discover why and how Thanksgiving became such an important celebration in the USA, in this Jumpstreet blog post.
Here are our suggestions for lesson plans on cultural celebrations around the world to get you into the Holiday spirit!
Packing for a winter tour in Quebec leaves no space for improvisation, follow our tips to get ready for your trip.
Walk in the steps of Marconi and travel back to 1919 with the activities suggested in this Jumpstreet blog post.
Read this Jumpstreet blog post on U.S. geography & regional recommendations to help inspire your Thanksgiving menu!
Check out this Jumpstreet blog post to get inspired for your next Thanksgiving meal through Canadian geography.
Jumpstreet reveals 3 locations in Europe where Easter is celebrated a bit differently than in North America.
Read this Jumpstreet blog post to learn more about this historic stop that's on all our Quebec City itineraries!
We've got your back on preparing for your future! Follow our tips and get the best out of your college tour.
Lesson plans, essays & discussions on our relations with countries to help understand our connected world.
Who was Mother Teresa? Who invented Laser Tag? Get the answers to all your questions & test your knowledge after!
Find some smart videos for curious minds of all ages on science, history, arts & technology for extra class material.
Discover a library of more than 1,700 free short videos on topics like immigration, human rights & colonization in Africa.
From protecting Canada's bears in the North, to understanding how oceans depend on humans, here are great activity ideas on our ecosystems.
Learn about Canada's two-chamber system of government with timelines & games by the Parliament of Canada.
Find STEM lesson plans, learning strategies, hands-on activities, video channels, picture collections, and more for your K-12 groups.
Learn about the relationship between civilizations and our oceans and how to be more environmentally conscious with these fantastic resources.
Here are some learning modules on the origin of plastics, where they're found in our environment now & waste reduction.
Visit the Roman Colosseum, the Lincoln Memorial, the Amazon Rainforest, the Titanic, and plenty of other historic world landmarks.
Follow these Montreal metro stations to make the most out of your next mural walk through the city (in French).
Did you know there were 60 Indigenous languages in Canada? Discover where they are spoken here!
Catch a glimpse of what's to be expected on a trip to Central America and explore all that stunning adventures Costa Rica has to offer, volcanoes, surf & more.
Find activities, films and downloadable lesson plans on our natural world, made available by the British museum, to help support distance learning.
Head back to 19th c. New York City in this overview of the most important gateway into America, with over 12 million immigrants transiting through.
Explore the world around you by testing your knowledge with quizzes and experiments. A great addition to your STEM class!
Discover Chicago's various neighborhoods and explore the city's Latino heritage: culture, art and more!
Learn more about the Latin American Canadians: What their origins are and what their lives look like here in Canada.
Learn more about the history of Anne Frank and the Second World War with these resources from Amsterdam's Anne Frank Museum.
Be inspired by human rights, science and sustainability as you complete these lesson packages from the Nobel Prize
Develop your students' critical thinking skills with these lesson plans from the exhibition Nuestras Historias.
Montmorency Falls is a must-see during your visit to Quebec city. Get a glimpse of them with these virtual tours!
Travel through the streets of the Old Quebec from the Dufferin Terrace to Quartier Petit Champlain with this virtual tour.
Improve your Spanish with these interactive educational activities (in Spanish only).
Take a deep dive into European geography with Encyclopedia Britannica. You'll find everything you need to build content in your classroom.
Immerse yourself in the musical traditions that bring the world together and learn more about your favorites music genres.
Learn more on the battle of the Plains of Abraham and on the battle of Ste-Foy, two historic battles of Quebec.
Help your students practice their French, German, Spanish, Italian and even Latin with these interactive exercises.
Browse through a collection of classroom resources based on objects from the museum's collections. A great addition to your STEM class!
Get to know the history of the French-Canadians who immigrated to Salem in the 19th and 20th centuries.
Browse through activities and lesson plans on space exploration, planet earth, climate change, history and more!
Learning languages through music, is there a better way? Improve your English, Spanish, French, German, Italian and even Japanese!
Get to know the different plants and species that you can find at Montreal's Biodôme.
This article gathers historic facts, photos and videos about the French speaking communities in Louisiana.
Discover the inspiring works from Latino artists who foster Canada's rich culture, diversity, and love of Latin Culture.
Discover innovative tools that address contemporary science issues and engage your students.
Transport yourself to Peru thanks to this virtual tour of the ancient Inca city, Machu Picchu. A must-see jewel of the world!
Get to know European geography like the back of your hand, thanks to these online games.
Discover 11 facts about the U.S. Latino's population, by age, geography and origin group.
Train your brain on European geography with these online quizzes: capitals, flags, monarchies, volcanoes and more!
With this lesson plan, students evaluate stereotypes about Latino Americans and how they have come the the United States.
Take a trip to this amazing art museum and admire Colombian masterpieces as if you were there.
From beginners to advanced students, StudySpanish.com offers you various lesson plans for learning Spanish grammar, vocabulary, verbs and more.
Sit, watch and listen. Divided in 5 chapters, this interactive visit will take your students on a complete journey into the Canadian Parliament.
Babbel Magazine presents the history of Spanish language and explains where we can find it in the world.
Get some inspiration for your next trip and discover the places that aim to protect wildlife in Costa Rica.
Dive into this article that explains how London and the Elizabethan era was depicted in Shakespeare's work.
Use these podcasts to help your students practice their French, all while learning more about current events and culture.
This article recounts the history of slavery, early free black neighborhoods and more of Alexandria's city.
Introduce your students to Spanish literature and its famous authors like Frederico García Lorca!
Use this blog article to learn to talk like a local during your next trip to Costa Rica. Pura Vida is on the way!
Help your students get the best of the Bard's work with this tool offering side-by-side translations in modern English of his most famous plays.
Browse through an abundance of poems in English and French, spanning 1400 years!
What is a poem? This interactive lesson lets you explore how a poet creates a theme and will teach you about the literary techniques that are used.
By analyzing the works of Langston Hughes and Lorraine Hansberry, learn how literary elements contribute to a theme or a text.
Share great literature with your students with this extensive catalog of audiobooks, offered by Radio-Canada (resource in French only).
If you come to Quebec City in winter time, its famous Ice Hotel is a must-see! Get a sneak peak with this virtual tour.
"Virtual views" presents the online exhibition about surrealist women around the globe.
Get to know The Bronx's link to hip hop culture, the things to see & what songs to listen to get excited for your trip to New York.
Engage in round-year dialogues on Hispanic Heritage with your students with these lesson plan & resources.
Learn about Alberta's Francophone heritage with this history timeline or head to their teacher zone to find more.
Follow this North-Eastern U.S. route to witness the rich cultural French heritage that's present in Maine, Rhode Island, and other states along the way.
It's the birthplace of U.S. democracy & of the legendary cheesesteak. Get excited for your trip to the city of Brotherly Love!
Read about the North American French community to learn about the history of cities like Lafayette (in French).
Find thousands of biographies in this online library, edited by Laval & Toronto universities, and check out the Educator section "Exploring the Explorers".
Take a journey through the traditions that are part of the culture of Spain, such as Flamenco and human towers!
Learn more about how Cuban music came to Canada and its influence on Canadian music.
Take a virtual tour of one of Spain's most famous religious monuments & masterpieces, by artist Antoni Gaudi.
Bring the Sistine Chapel to your classroom with these 360 images of the halls of the Vatican Museums, where religion and art unite.
Dive into the world of art & industry as you visit the collections and hop on a virtual tour of this French museum, located in a former swimming pool.
Discover the life & work of famous artist Claude Monet in his home of Giverny, on a virtual tour where you can see where he drew inspiration from.
Take a virtual tour of Shanghai to see its most famous landmarks, such as the Forbidden City, the Jing'an Temple, and views from the great Wall of China.
Explore the strange and fascinating world of artist Salvador Dali with this virtual tour of the theatre-museum located in Spain.
Bring these to the classroom! Your students will devour these short capsules (in French) on Quebec history and culture.
Teach your students about the Chinese calendar and Chinese astrology with the help of this fun lesson plan.
Here are tools for learning art at home: documents, videos, wallpapers & posters to download, coloring pages, books, soundtracks, and more.
Devour this fascinating documentary on the resurgence of French in Louisiana, directed by two teachers.
Discover these fascinating articles about unknown parts of the United-States and off-the-beaten track cultural treasures of the country.
This lesson plan was designed to provide your students a deeper understanding of what technology is.
All you need - 1st year of French: videos, audio, grammar with self-correcting exercises, verbs, Etc.
Take a virtual tour of the galleries and check out the educational resources and online programs for families, teens, adults and K-12.
Here is one of our favorite websites to find engaging French short films that will have your students interacting with and interpreting French-Canadian content.
Students of all ages will enjoy learning about biodiversity with the help of these short educational videos by the Canadian Museum of Nature.
To be or not to be? Dive into Shakespeare's famous masterpieces with these fun and captivating activities.
Take a look at this resource that will help you teach your students about Washington State's fascinating history.
Get inspired to create your own quiz about Washington's oval office former tenants, with this complete quiz.
Fly to Washington DC and learn everything about the Pentagon's history, creation and role, through this article and videos.
The Pentagon Memorial of Washington DC offers you valuable material to teach your class about the events of 9/11.
This complete lesson plan will help teach your class about women's suffrage in Washington State.
Challenge your students' knowledge on this crucial period of US history with an enthralling quiz!
Planning a trip to France? Combine fun and knowledge to test your students' memory about the country's history with this online quiz.
Explore these lesson plans and other educational resources about World War One offered by the Kansas City museum.
Explore the fascinating collection of the museum's masterpieces through workshops and videos (in English and Spanish).
Educate your students about the Civil Rights Movement with these educational resources made up of lesson plans and articles.
Get your students to learn the history of Croatia with this fun and educative video. Other countries are also available.
Stimulate your students' creativity with these awesome lesson plans and workshops that may initiate some vocations!
Immerse yourself and your students in the British culture with these fascinating podcasts on various themes: literature, arts, history and more!
If you want to educate your students about lobbying before a trip to Washington, this lesson plan is the perfect resource.
Unveil all the mysteries of Salvador Dali's colorful artwork with these educational videos offered by The Dali Museum in Florida.
Test your students' knowledge of their French culture, on themes such as the arts, gastronomy, and many others!
Find out all you need to know about how the 13 colonies came together to create the United States of America.
Check out this great resource if you want to make your students think about the Universal Declaration of Human Rights
The historical site offers you fascinating lesson plans diving into American history and the American Revolution.
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