What Is Juneteenth?
Let Clyde explain! June 19th, 1865, is the day that commemorates the end of slavery. Clyde McBride is here with all the facts for you to understand why we celebrate this day each year.
A Kids’ Guide to Black Joy & Well-being
From positive affirmations to words of wisdom from the cast of That Girl Lay-Lay, here’s our guide to taking good care of yourself!
Young Dylan’s Harlem Renaissance Crossword
Do you know the title of Langston Hughes' most famous poem? Who the first woman to become a millionaire in America was? Give your brain a stretch and brush up on your Harlem Renaissance history!
Organize a Kids’ Takeover Day!
Your official step-by-step guide to taking over has arrived! Use this toolkit and letter to brainstorm, plan, and of course, TAKE ACTION!
Present Your Ideas Like a Pro!
Use these presentation templates and meeting agendas to showcase those big dreams and awesome ideas you have!
Printable Business Cards for Kids
Get the tools you need to do your TAKEOVER on World Children's Day!
Learn How Democracy Works!
iCivics creates awesome, educational content to help you better understand civics and American democracy. Let’s learn together!
Practice Your Spanish with Dora & Friends!
Flex your language skills with these key Spanish terms and phrases.
Learn All About Seollal, Korean New Year!
Seollal, or 설날, is a day for celebrating and calling in the New Year! Learn all about some of Seollal’s awesome traditions with the help of Bossy Bear and his friends.
Words to Know: Helpful Definitions for Important Conversations
Want to learn more about identity, heritage and culture? Start the conversation with these helpful terms and definitions!
Which Term Should You Use: AAPI or AANHPI?
When in doubt, ask! Choosing inclusive language whenever possible is important. Get definitions, fun facts, and more.