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Library of Classroom Curricula

Copyright Alliance members have partnered with educational organizations like Weekly Reader, i-Safe and Young Minds Inspired to develop curriculum designed to help you incorporate copyright lessons into your classroom plans. The following chart will help you identify curriculum options most relevant to your grade level and subject area. Click on © to view each curriculum.
  Social StudiesLanguage ArtsFine ArtsMath/ScienceTechnology & ComputersResearch SkillsParent Infodsfdsf
Early Elementary: Grades K-2
Cyber Tree House©©  ©©© 
Join the Team©©©©© © 
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Late Elementary: Grades 3-5
Beat Street©©© ©   
Creativity in the Classroom©©©©©©© 
Cyber Tree House©©  ©©© 
i-CREATE©©©©©©  
Join the Team©©©©© © 
Learn from the Past, Create the Future (The Arts and Copyright)©©© ©©  
Learn from the Past, Create the Future (Inventions and Patents)©©© ©©  
Lucky & Flo: Crime-Fighting Canines©©© ©©© 
Music Rules!©©©©©©© 
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Middle School: Grades 6-8
Creativity in the Classroom©©©©©©© 
Digital Citizenship and Creative Content Curriculum©©©©©©  
Donny the Downloader© © ©©  
Educating About Intellectual Property©©© ©   
i-CREATE©©©©©©  
Learn from the Past, Create the Future (The Arts and Copyright)©©© ©©  
Learn from the Past, Create the Future (Inventions and Patents)©©© ©©  
Lucky & Flo: Crime-Fighting Canines©©© ©©© 
Music Rules!©©©©©©© 
The Story of Movies: The Film Piracy Problem©© ©©©  
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High School: Grades 9-12
Creativity in the Classroom©©©©©©© 
Digital Citizenship and Creative Content Curriculum©©©©©©  
Educating About Intellectual Property©©© ©   
i-CREATE©©©©©©  
The Story of Movies: The Film Piracy Problem©© ©©©  
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View a list of the curricula in this chart

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