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Infopacket: Metamorphosis

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What if you could change into a totally different form? What if you could grow wings and fly? What if you could gain new powers—like lifting 50 ...

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Infographic: The Louisiana Purchase

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What is now regarded as one of the greatest real estate deals in history, the Louisiana Purchase, occurred in 1803. Led by Thomas Jefferson, the ...

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Infographic: The Life Cycle

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The life span of an adult butterfly or moth is amazingly short. A few adults live as long as 18 months, while most last no more than two weeks. ...

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Incas for iPad

Kids will journey back in time to discover the fascinating culture and traditions of the Incas, with a 360° panorama of Machu Picchu, a timeline of great Incan rulers, and a deep delve into the many practices of this great civilization.

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Electricity for iPad

Kids will dive into the amazingly complex world of electricity, as they learn all about the flow of electrons, static vs. dynamic energy, and meet figures like Ben Franklin and Nikola Tesla.

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Plants for iPad

Kids will learn all about the process of photosynthesis and discover amazing adaptations plants make to their environment in this interactive reading app for the iPad.

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Meet the Supremes! From top left to right, Sonia Sotomayor, Stephen Breyer, Samuel Alito, and Elena Kagan. From bottom left to right, Clarence Thomas, Antonin Scalia, John Roberts, Anthony Kennedy, and Ruth Bader Ginsburg. John Roberts is the chief justice, and Elena Kagan is the “junior justice,” which means she is the justice most recently appointed to the court. (Photo Credit: Steve Petteway)

The Supreme Court

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With their serious black robes, the Supreme Court may look stern and even dull to some, but it is full of high drama. Some of the most historic ...

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Himalayas

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High in the Himalayan mountain range of Asia, climbers cling to a treacherous slope. Every step is a struggle. Finally they reach the summit. ...

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Auroras

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It is September 2, 1859. There are no cell phones and no telephones. There are no devices for long-distance communication except telegraphs ...

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