The November 14 "supermoon" will be the closest full moon we've seen in over 68 years, according to NASA, and another one will be on Dec. 14. You can read more about it in this Popular Mechanics article. And check out these free moon resources:
Smithsonian's Apollo to the Moon: Information about the space race, history of the space program, life in space, the Apollo missions, experiments performed on the moon, and objects from the Apollo missions on display at the museum. There is also information on a new state-of-the-art exhibit that's set to replace the current one and scheduled to open around the 50th anniversary of the Apollo missions.
Exploring the Moon:158-page PDF guide with background information on the moon and activities. Divided into 3 units: Pre-Apollo, Learning from Apollo, and the Future. Suggested for grades 5 - 12.