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    Explore the World

    Take a virtual learning trip around the globe through engaging activities, videos, maps, infographics, fun facts, and quizzes. Created for educators, families, and learners in grades K-12.



    A Family Guide to Using National Geographic Education Resources

    A Family Guide to Using National Geographic Education Resources  

    Take your family on a global journey through activities, videos, articles, interactive sessions with National Geographic Explorers, and more!

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    Race, Diversity, Inclusion, and Justice: Grades K-12  

    Tools to help provocate thinking, spur dialogues, and guide conversations.

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    Pristine Seas: Grades 3-12  

    Explore some of the world's wild places during Oceans Week, and learn about National Geographic's collaborative work to protect the oceans' last wild places.

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    Mount Everest: Grades 5-12  

    Everest isn’t just the highest point on Earth, it is also a unique ecosystem that can provide a look into how to better understand the planet’s changing climate.

    Learn at Home: Grades K–2

    Learn at Home: Grades K–2  

    A curated collection for curious learners in grades K–2. With minimal supplies needed, these activities will keep young learners’ minds engaged in social studies, geography, science, and more.

    Learn at Home: Grades 3–5

    Learn at Home: Grades 3–5  

    Time at home is a great time to learn. This curated collection for learners in grades 3–5 can be implemented at home with minimal supplies and includes engaging, fun, and skill-building lessons in social studies, geography, science, and more.

    Learn at Home: Grades 6–12

    Learn at Home: Grades 6–12  

    This curated collection of activities can be adapted for students in grades 6–12 in a remote learning environment. Explore the planet through interactives and short lessons or take a deeper dive into a subject area with a complete unit.

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    Dinosaurs: Grades K-12  

    Learn more about these scaly reptilian creatures with menacing teeth, claws, spikes, and hammering, bony bulbs. And the latest discovery of the first known swimming dinosaur, the Spinosaurus.

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    Age of the Earth: Grades 6-8  

    Many clues help us understand the age of the Earth, including those gathered in space. Explore videos, maps, and articles to learn more.

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    Maps and Flags to Color: Grades K-12  

    A fun activity to relax and learn world geography. Print world and United States maps adapted for coloring by National Geographic cartographers.

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    Interpreting Data: Grades 5-12  

    Understanding patterns in data is an integral skill to thinking like a geographer. Cultivate an explorer's mindset as you deepen understanding of data, graphs, and statistics.

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    Connecting the World with Maps: Grades 5-12  

    Self-guided activities that provide learners an integrated exploration into maps and the data behind them to see patterns and make connections between their communities and the environment.

    3D Render of a Topographic Map of Santa Clara County, California, USA.

    Interpreting Maps: Grades 5-12  

    Fun ways to help learners understand the Earth and how its physical processes and features can shape human activity and vice versa.

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    A Walk Around the Globe  

    Learn about Paul Salopek, a National Geographic Fellow, and his walk around the globe that he began in 2013 and will be 21,000 miles! Along the way, he is walking with guides, stopping to speak with local people, and sharing his experiences along the way.

    Jane Goodall observes chimps

    The Life and Work of Jane Goodall: Grades K-12  

    Explore the groundbreaking work and life of scientist, conservationist, humanitarian, and National Geographic Explorer, Jane Goodall. And virtually tour the Becoming Jane museum exhibit!

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    What Do Explorers Really Do?  

    Robotic bees? Sunken treasure? Twin planets? Cultivate an explorer's mindset with National Geographic Explorers on real expeditions around the world.

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    Storytelling and Photography: Grades 5-12  

    Engaging ways to learn about the art of storytelling and how it provides a shared sense of culture, history, and personal identity.

    Image of the Grand prismatic spring in Yellowstone

    Natural Wonders: Grades 5-12  

    Follow National Geographic Explorers into the field as they share and explain phenomena in nature.

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    Learn through Play: Grades K-12  

    Activities that challenge families and students to learn through play by problem-solving, thinking creatively, and having fun.

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    Homework Help!  

    Need help with an assignment? National Geographic can help.

    Citizen Science

    Citizen Science  

    Urban or rural, nature is everywhere... and everyone can be a scientist. Learn how to collect data from the outdoors and share with the scientific community.

    Infectious Diseases

    Infectious Diseases  

    Learn more about infectious agents and their impact on human health with this curated resource collection.


    Connect and learn with National Geographic Explorers.

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