As parents nationwide try to find new ways to keep their children engaged in learning, help comes — at no cost — from a familiar and beloved source (and Laura’s absolute favorite beagle): Snoopy! Peanuts Worldwide is offering free educational materials that give students from Kindergarten through eighth grade the chance to develop their STEM, language arts, and social studies skills with the help of Snoopy, Charlie Brown, and the whole Peanuts Gang.
For parents who are now teachers, the site offers many educational materials that bring STEM, language arts, and social studies to new life. Everything is FREE.
Students can partner with Charlie Brown’s baseball teammates to sharpen their math skills; celebrate spring with the Peanuts gang while completing science, language arts, and math exercises; and learn about persistence — and enhance their own — through lessons from Charlie Brown, who never gave up trying to kick that football!
Several of the lesson plans feature Astronaut Snoopy exploring the thrill and science of space travel, and are complemented by the new series “Snoopy in Space,” now available for FREE on Apple TV+. Both were created in collaboration with NASA.
Apple device owners can access the 12 episodes directly from peanuts.com; others can download from the Apple website.
Finally, all the materials were developed by the award-winning curriculum specialists at Young Minds Inspired (YMI), the nation’s leading provider of free educational outreach programs, and reviewed by their blue-ribbon panel of active teachers.
The lesson plans are currently available here. And when kids and their parents are ready for a relaxing mental break, Peanuts also offers free out-of-this-world coloring pages featuring Astronaut Snoopy and his crew.