Kindergartners discover the similarities and differences in animals and plants as well as their identifying characteristics.
From presidents to pundits, everyone's talking about the importance of STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math). Is your child mastering these essential skills? Find out with our grade-by-grade guide.
Third graders learn about planets, stars, suns, and moons and the workings of the solar system.
Discover the many facets of life on earth with an award-winning photographer's take on dirt, an exploration of corn's cultural history, and a stunning photo-essay of one colorful chameleon. This book list will encourage kindergartners to ask questions about the science behind the everyday and...
From melting ice cream to squashing tomatoes, your child will have a blast (and even get a little messy) with these simple science activities.
Links and reference to programs, learning institutions and internships for middle-and high-school science students.
Design a mock circulatory system that can distribute water to five “cells” in your body in less than 30 seconds!
Where does your child fit into the global picture of education? (And should you care?)
Whether your child gets his or her thrills from learning about creatures that live under extreme conditions or our flawed food system, these books will appeal to animal lovers and amateur environmentalists alike. Several of these titles provide helpful tips and messages of hope to...
From playful penguins to mighty dinosaurs, there's something to fascinate everyone on this book list. Beyond our recommended critter curriculum, titles on the benefits of recycling and vermicomposting (in which worms do all the good work) will introduce children to the ABCs of environmentalism.