You Dance / We Dance

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You Dance, We Dance is a website that focuses on celebrating movement in daily life. The videos are choreographed by the professional contemporary dance company Pilobolus, founded in 1971. The landing page presents you with two options: the monthly challenge or the daily movement theme. When you click “You Dance” in the upper left corner of the page, it takes you to the monthly challenge page where you can view the current challenge and all previous challenges.

The Royal Institution – Science Lives Here

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arithmetic, astronomy, biology, chemistry, Earth science, engineering, geometry, Health, health education, history, Mathematics, Natural Sciences, physics, psychology, science, Social Sciences, social studies, sociology, statistics, Technology

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The Royal Institution is a YouTube Channel that creates videos to make you think more deeply about science. Explosive short films, full length talks from the world’s leading scientists and writers, and videos to challenge the way you look at the world. The Royal Institution is a 200 year old independent charity based in London dedicated to connecting people with the world of science through events and education.

CASEL

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Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning (CASEL)
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CASEL is a resource that provides parents and teachers with resources to handle the emotional stress that remote teaching may have on their children and themselves. This is a curriculum that supports social and emotional learning in children and encourages parents to engage in social-emotional learning at home. This is a great way to teach children how to self regulate their emotions and behaviors and allows them to learn how to properly communicate with others.

Young Men’s Health

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Boston Children’s Hospital
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This educational health site produced by Children’s Hospital Boston includes health guides for young men on a wide range of topics, including general physical health, emotional health, and sexual health. There are also a few guides aimed at parents. The sexuality and health section includes factual information about birth control and STD prevention and offers resources for teens who are unsure of their sexual orientation. Parents may want to review the sexuality sections since every family has different opinions on the best approach to discussing sex and sexual health.

Be Healthy, Be Happy, Be You. Beautiful

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US Department of Health and Human Services
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This website created by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services provides information and resources for girls’ health, for example, body, fitness, nutrition, bullying, relationships, illness &disabilities. The website can bring guidance and understanding to health in girls and this website can be provided to girls from grades 5-12.