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Infographic: Volcanoes Inside Out

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What natural occurrence can transform a landscape in minutes and affect the global climate for years? If you answered volcanoes, you’re right! ...

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Infopacket: Force and Motion

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The world and the Universe are action-packed. People and animals are always on the move. The planets are constantly circling the Sun. Are there ...

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Infographic: Carbon, Hydrogen, Oxygen, and Nitrogen

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Four elements make up most living things — including you! The elements are carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, and nitrogen. Download this free ...

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How America Works for iPad

What is a democracy? How does a bill become a law? What are checks and balances? How America Works explores the complex concepts of U.S. civics, and breaks them down into an approachable, easy-to-grasp story for kids.

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Pioneers for iPad

In Pioneers for iPad, kids will learn about the three major waves of migration that drew settlers thousands of miles to the unknown. Videos, animations and interactive activities bring to life this period of exploration.

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Ancient China for iPad

Learn all about the major dynasties of the Chinese Empire, examine China’s many contributions to medicine, art and architecture, including a virtual tour of the Great Wall and a detailed look at the Chinese New Year.

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The Boston Tea Party

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“Friends! Brethren! Countrymen!–That worst of plagues, the detested tea, shipped for this port by the East India Company, is now arrived ...

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Bacteria

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Seven hundred years ago bubonic plague spread like a dark cloud across Europe. The disease killed as much as one third of the population. What ...

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Economics

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Think about all the different things people do for work and money all around the world. Think about all the things that people are buying and ...

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