Discover the chemistry and environmental science needed to build and maintain pipelines.
Understand the impact on the Civil Rights Movement from the March on Washington.
Five researchers connect their research to illustrate how evolution affects every day life.
Why did the U. S. Food Administration encourage citizens to conserve food in WWI?
Identify three New Deal programs, locate where each took place, and analyze their impact.
Use your research skills to investigate the first Thanksgiving and what really happened.
Compare and contrast military recruitment posters to understand African American life in the 1800s.
Follow an Einsteinesque character as you learn about the elements of Glucose, Helium, and more.
Learn how sunlight creates infrared radiation found in greenhouse gases and warms the atmosphere.
Explore an interactive collage of events, locations, and characters who plot against President Abraham Lincoln. See detailed footage of important locations using tod...
Use the venn-a-gram tool to show how subjects or stories relate to each other. Customize text, color and even overlap themes. Older students can use this site to s...
Learn the children's songs from yesteryear, from "Mary Had a Little Lamb" to "Miss Mary Mack."
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