Teachers looking to go beyond think-pair-share and jigsaw readings for student collaboration can try PenPal Schools projects and connect students with same-age students from around the world. With over 25 constantly updated pre-made projects available at any given time, it's highly likely that teachers will find one that meets their content needs. Project topics can be entirely content-driven such as "A World of Geometry" and "Multiplication and Division," or NGSS topics like "Plants and Animals," "Robotics," and "Meteorology and Weather," or more provocative and timely topics, such as "Race in America," "The Power of Art," "Joining Forces for the Environment," "Immigration in the 21st Century," and "Facts, Opinions, and Fake News." Whichever route teachers take, PenPal projects can always be modified within each classroom to meet the needs of teachers and learners. For time-crunched teachers, the lessons, activities, and evaluation tools are all there and ready to use, with no additional preparation required. PenPal projects can be used to supplement various units, as an opportunity to embed sociocultural and global citizenship skills, as an option for learners needing a change of pace or a challenge, or as a springboard into deeper content or discussions.