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Discover animated lessons on a wide range of subjects.
Fun science experiments right at home!
Provides a wide variety of interactive lessons and easy to understand graphics related to science.
Access resources aligned to The Nature Conservancy’s research and designed specifically for a young audience and classroom use. Browse any topic you’re interested in!
Browse through videos about your favorite animals or landscapes!
Watch penguins, a coral reef, and a reef lagoon at the Cal Academy in real time. Also includes a live view of the remote Farallon Islands.
Bill Nye, the science guy! Offers free science experiment guides and educational videos.
Engage in hands-on experiments to gain insight on interesting scientific principles.
Lesson plans for kids in kindergarten through fifth grade. Their lesson plans cover everything from: How does hand sanitizer kill germs? to What causes things to glow-in-the-dark? Answer all of your curious questions!
Explore over 60,000 stars, locate planets, and watch sunrises and solar eclipses. If you enter your location, you can see all the constellations that are visible in the night sky in your corner of the world.
Watch what your favorite marine animals are doing right now, at this moment, in the Georgia Aquarium.
Are you interested in helping your local community by donating to regional organizations like hospitals and food banks?
Check out Give Local! It’s an easy-to-navigate website listing county-level organizations you can support. Kind of like Edu Atlas, but for helping your local community.
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