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A girl wears a space suit and smiles are she holds up her space helmet.

NASA’s Newest Astronaut Recruits Report for Training

Source: DOGO News

New astronauts are in training for missions to space! They tell what they look forward to doing – and eating – in space.

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!

space shuttle flying over Earth

10 Questions for Jessica Watkins 

Source: Time for Kids

Meet Jessica Watkins, the youngest member of NASA’s 2017 astronaut-candidate class. 

Amelia Earhart in a plane

Amelia Earhart

Source: Library of Congress

What does it mean to break down barriers? Find out by learning about the life of Amelia Earhart.

Boy thinking about what to write in a notebook.

The Kid in Charge

Source: Time for Kids

Kids elected to be Kid Governor learn about government by participating in it. Learn about how this cool program is helping kids make a difference

a T Rex skeleton on display in a museum

Dinosaur Basics

Source: PBS Learning Media

Watch to learn about the history of dinosaurs and see how museum workers put together a model of the largest Tyrannosaurus rex skeleton ever discovered!

Astronauts working on the International Space Station as it orbits Earth.

History of Space Travel

Source: National Geographic Kids

Read about the history of space travel, and find out what the future might have in store!

The bones of an animal or dinosaur partially uncovered in the sand.

Scientist Profile: Paleontologist

Source: PBS Learning Media

Gary Takeuchi loved to dig in the dirt when he was little. Now that he is an adult, the things he digs up are a lot more interesting!

The White House in Washington DC.

How to Become President of the United States

Source: USA.Gov

Would you like to be president when you grow up? Learn about the election process.

At sunset, an orca is breaching so that its head and front flippers are at the ocean's surface.

Guess How Whales Hear!

Source: PBS Learning Media

Discover how one marine biologist used the scientific process to solve a mystery about these amazing animals.

View of a man looking at an iceberg in a bright blue sea in Antarctica.

Where Is the Coldest Place on Earth?

Source: Wonderopolis

Just how cold does it get at the South Pole? Find out how to survive on the world’s least-populated continent.

A dancer in silhouette holding a top hat.

José Limón

Source: Dance Heritage Coalition

Dancers can make difficult movements seem effortless. Read more about the dancer José Limón and see a video of him performing.

A yellow rubber duck.

Giant rubber duck invades Los Angeles!

Source: Smithsonian

Find out how a giant inflatable duck is helping to spread joy around the world.

A group of school kids all putting their fingers together on a world globe.

Gregory Gavin: Visual Arts

Source: PBS Learning Media

Find out how this artist’s Riveropolis project is bringing people together.

A guide dog puppy in a vest.

Canine MD: Guide Dog Puppies

Source: National Geographic

Training a guide dog is hard work! Watch trainers in action and learn about how their work changes lives for the better.

A small plane flying through blue skies.

Interview with Barrington Irving

Source: National Geographic Kids

Imagine working in an office that is 40,000 feet in the air. Barrington Irving doesn’t have to! Read to find out how this pilot inspires children across the country.