Stories of Our Changing Planet Through the Eyes of NASA Missions
NASA’sClimate Kidsbrings the science of climate change and sustainability to life, providing clear explanations for the big questions in climate science. Targeting upper-elementary-aged children, Climate Kids includes interactive games, hands-on activities, and engaging articles and videos that make climate science accessible and enjoyable for students and teachers alike.
On the website, students, parents, and teachers can explore how weather and climate differ, learn how to keep the oceans healthy—and even how to make s’mores using the power of the Sun’s rays. The site has six sections: Big Questions, Weather & Climate, Atmosphere, Water, Energy, and Plants & Animals. Climate Kids is produced by the Earth Science Communications Team at NASA’s Jet PropulsionLaboratory at California Institute of Technology.
Sponsored by The World Around with the support of Meta Open Arts, the inaugural Young Climate Prize is an open invitation for young people aged 13 to 25 anywhere in the world to share their work and activism related to climate change.
From the Moon to inside a plant cell, Avantis World lets students explore the impossible, all from the safety of a ClassVR headset or web browser. Avantis World is split into lands, with various zones and learning scenes for students to explore independently.
Developed by Killer Snails for iOS and Android devices, BioDive is a virtualreality/digital experience in which middle school students become marine biologists investigating the delicate ecosystems of venomous marine snails.