For many, Albert Einstein is a name, synonymous with genius and endless creativity. Click on the images below to learn more about Einstein.
You have to learn the rules of the game. And then you have to play better than anyone else.
Benjamin Franklin - Diplomat, Scientist, Inventor, Writer
The Constitution only gives people the right to pursue happiness. You have to catch it yourself.
Hour of Code - MInecraft - Use blocks of code to take Steve or Alex on an adventure through this Minecraft world.
Visit Washington D.C.
National Library of Congress: The nation's oldest federal cultural institution. It is also the largest library in the world, with more than 120 million items. Thomas Jefferson Building is directly east of the U.S. Capitol Building and holds most of the exhibitions and tours. Check out the resource page especially for kids and families.
Look What Kids Did!
Talks by impressive kids for kids!
1. Amy O'Toole -Science is for Everyone
2. Adora Svitak - What Adults Can
Learn From Kids
3.Sirena Huang - An 11 year old's magic violin
4. Thomas Suarez - 12 Year-old App Developer
5. Lauren Hodge, Shree Bose, Naomi Shah - Award-winning teen-age
science in action
6. Tavi Gevinson - A teen just trying to figure it out.
7. Richard Turere -My invention that
8.Jennifer Lin - Improvising on piano
9.Jack Andraka - A test for pancreatic cancer
Akiane Kramarik is an artistic child prodigy, artist and poet. She began drawing at the age of 4, with her most famous painting being completed when she was just 8 years old.
Amazing Kids is a place to share your creative works, through your writing, art, and photography. The Amazing Kids! of the Month stories feature real life kids doing some pretty amazing things!
Build a rocket, look at tonight's sky, explore careers at NASA, and more!!
LifeBoat To Mars: A PBS site that lets you experience the world of biology. In one simulation (Microland) you control hungry microbes. In another (Ecoland), you have to balance out the space station’s ecosystem.
Dr. Universe will answer some of the most interesting, tough, and smart questions from curious kids all around the world! Some topics you will find are aliens, magnets, and zombies. Do you have a question you want to ask? ASK
NRICH's free K-12 math activities require you to use mathematical thinking; this type of problem solving can take a while, so stick with it!
The EngineerGirl website is designed to bring national attention to the exciting opportunities that engineering represents for girls and women. Check out the contests and competitions section of the site for links to many different competitions in which you can participate.
Crash Course History