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A scientist helps a girl build a project in his workshop.

Little Inventors Brings Children’s Imaginative Ideas to Life

Source: DOGO News

Have you ever thought of a great new invention? Now you can share your cool or wacky ideas!

A teacher and student work together at the student's desk.

Inspiring Educators

Source: Time for Kids

Teachers can show students how to become the best that they can be. Learn how five famous people were helped by their teachers!

A child holds a marker over a blank piece of paper.

8 Questions for Amanda Gorman

Source: Time for Kids

Amanda Gorman won an award for her poetry! Find out why she thinks young people and poetry can make the world a better place.

View of the Earth from space.

Helping Others

Source: Time for Kids

Discover how Alex Knoll’s creative idea for a new app will help make the world a better place.

Children studying in a classroom

Do We Ever Stop Learning?

Source: Wonderopolis

Every day brings new opportunities to learn and grow.

students working together on a STEM project


Source: Time for Kids

Learn how some middle school kids are helping change people’s lives with STEM.

a group of children are working togther to build something with blocks

Build It!

Source: Time for Kids

Make a machine out of everyday objects to move something from one place to another. Try it! Do it!

close up view of a jumping spider

Festo’s Bionic Flying Fox Bats and Somersaulting Robotic Spiders Are Incredible

Source: DOGO News

People studied animals in nature and then built amazing robots—a bat that flies and a spider that rolls. Prepare to be amazed!

colored chalk drawing of Earth with people holding hands all around it

8 Questions for Amanda Gorman

Source: Time for Kids

Be inspired by the first-ever National Youth Poet Laureate as you read about how she hopes to change the world.

a green frog camouflaged by moss

Photographer’s Quest to Seek Out Nature’s Best Camouflage Artists

Source: DOGO News

Animals use camouflage to hide from predators, but they can’t hide from this photographer! See if you can spot the animals in these photos.

painting of a storm at sea


Source: #metkids

Look closely at a painting of a stormy day at sea. What does it inspire you to think, imagine, and create?

thoughtful little girl wearing eyeglasses, holding her head to the side and thinking

Study of a Young Woman

Source: #metkids

Creating art is one way to share ideas and feelings. How does this painting speak to you?

Mom reading a bedtime story to little girl

What Bedtime Story Would You Tell?

Source: Wonderopolis

Learn about the earliest storytelling and how to become a great storyteller!

a bighorn sheep standing on a hill in the rocky mountains

The Rocky Mountains, Lander’s Peak

Source: #metkids

Discover how a large panorama painting helped people learn what the American West looked like in the 1800s.

cabin in the woods

How Do You Build a Log Cabin?

Source: Wonderopolis

Early pioneers needed to build homes for their families as they settled across America. Read about how these pioneers built log cabins!

a magical-looking book on table

Poetry in Motion

Source: Time for Kids

Find out about a book that encourages kids to tap into their creativity by using their senses.

Storybook illustration of a boy and a wolf

Who’s Afraid of the Big Bad Wolf?

Source: Wonderopolis

Are the villains in stories actually just misunderstood? There might be two sides to every story!

A girl talking into a microphone.

Writers Speak to Kids: Jeff Kinney

Source: NBC Learn

Listen as Jeff Kinney talks about how he comes up with ideas for his books and shares advice for kids who want to be writers.

Boy using a flashlight to read at night

What’s Your Favorite Fable?

Source: Wonderopolis

Can a simple story teach you an important lesson?

An ancient American Indian mask.

Art That Tells a Story

Source: PBS Learning Media

Look at these Native American artworks and think about the stories they tell.