The land on Earth can be high, low, bumpy, flat, and everything in between. In My Earth and Space Science Library: Land Tour, you'll learn all about the landforms that cover Earth's surface and the forces that create them.
New buds sprout. Leaves turn green. Leaves turn gold. Snowflakes fall. Why do seasons change? Hint: It's all about the sun! In My Earth and Space Science Library: Seasons and the Sun, you'll learn about the different seasons and how Earth’s tilt toward the sun causes the seasons to change.
What's the weather like today? What's the weather like throughout the year? In My Earth and Space Science Library: Watching the Weather, you'll learn about types of weather in places all over planet Earth, including common and severe weather events, and the difference between weather and climate.
Pollution. Dirty drinking water. Climate change. What can we do about such big problems? We can speak out! In Kids Speak Out About the Environment, you'll learn about some incredible kids who had the courage to speak out about protecting Earth and its resources, and what you can do to join them!
What do ancient ice, deep-sea creatures, a red waterfall, and amazing journeys have in common? They all have histories in Antarctica, one of Earth’s seven continents. In this exciting learning adventure, Great Minds and Finds in Antarctica, you'll discover these great inventions and more from ancient and modern Antarctica!
Take a close look at blizzards through engaging text, fun facts, and infographics that stress visual literacy.
Take a close look at earthquakes through engaging text, fun facts, and infographics that stress visual literacy.
Take a close look at floods through engaging text, fun facts, and infographics that stress visual literacy.
Take a close look at hurricanes through engaging text, fun facts, and infographics that stress visual literacy.
Take a close look at tornadoes through engaging text, fun facts, and infographics that stress visual literacy.
Take a close look at volcanoes through engaging text, fun facts, and infographics that stress visual literacy.
Hop aboard the Rice Bowl food truck with your rice-loving guide Mina as you drive along the road to rice. From the rice paddies, to the rice dishes on tables around the globe, you'll see it all!
How far does salt travel before it makes it on your savory pretzel snack? The answer might surprise you! Follow the journey of salt from behind the wheel of the Dough Knot food truck.
Sugar makes treats sweet. But where does sugar come from? And how does it get in our foods? Hop aboard the Cookie Jar food truck to find out!
Sipping warm tea can make a cold, dreary day a little bit cozier. But how do those tea leaves make it to your mug? Join the Tea Pot food truck to find out!
Explore the apple orchard, from types of apples to tasty treats. The apple orchard makes fall fun.
Explore the pumpkin patch, from how pumpkins grow, to what kinds of yummy treats you can make from ripe pumpkins. Going to the pumpkin patch makes fall fun!
Jack climbed up a giant beanstalk that shot straight to the sky. But what would it take for a beanstalk to grow so tall? And how does it stay standing? Professor Everafter and STEM have the answers!
Learn about the busiest time of year on the farm. From crops to festivals, harvests make fall fun!
The warm summer sun means time for a splashing good time. Picnics with friends and family, sand castles at the beach. Fireworks in the night sky, and ice pop treats in Sweet Summer.
Suddenly the Earth warms up from a long winter nap. Green appears all around. Nature comes alive and spring surprises us all as robins hatch and flowers bloom, beginning a new cycle of surprises.
Winter is the time for bundling up, playing in the snow with a new snowman friend. And catching snowflakes on your tongue before they disappear as Wonderful Winter fades into Spring.
The fall season can be truly amazing with colorful leaves in big soft piles, Halloween pumpkins and pumpkin pie. Oh my, what an Amazing Autumn.
One of the most visited places in North America, Grand Canyon National Park is like an open window to Earth’s geologic history. The carving of the canyon’s walls by erosion left a cross-section of the Earth’s crust from millions and millions of years ago. See for yourself how grand and beautiful this gorgeous gorge really is.
As the flagship of the National Park Service, Yellowstone National Park has a special place in the hearts and minds of conservationists. It’s all thanks to the leadership of far-sighted President Ulysses S. Grant and adventurer President Theodore Roosevelt. Today we can enjoy nature as it was in the early days of our nation.