The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has resulted in many children continuing their education from home. Here are some resources that you can use to help your child continue to expand their understanding of the world.
Discover fascinating new places, inspiring heroes, amazing animals, and other cool stuff on this interactive website.
Virtually soar above the globe with stunning satellite images. Explore cities around the world, natural wonders, famous buildings, and even the International Space Station.
Take a virtual journey around the world with interactive 360° views. See pyramids, waterfalls, skyscrapers and volcanoes!
Challenge your geography skills with these interactive games. Guess where in the world you have landed by scouring the images for clues and then pinning your location on the map.
Explore rarely seen places with these guided tours of US National Parks. Immersive 360 videos allow you to kayak through icebergs, fly over an active volcano, ride horseback through a canyon, or discover other amazing adventures.
Immerse yourself in the beauty of Yosemite National Park. Try starting here at Yosemite Falls and then use the crosshairs, map or panorama index to find dozens of other sites.
Connect with the past through an interactive timeline, recipes, crafts, quizzes, and live web cams.
Every Friday, the National Archives Foundation posts bite-sized samples of American history for the whole family to enjoy. Join historic characters for story time, solve funny riddles, or try JFK's favorite waffles.
Watch historical documentaries and clips created by award-winning filmaker Ken Burns. For grades 4+.
Browse a wealth of history and culture. Zoom into historic maps, play from sheet music, or watch a football game from 1903.
More Social Studies
Discover history, geography, civics, and economics through this vast collection of educational videos and resources.
Take a video tour of the home and headquarters of king and queen in the United Kingdom.
Step inside the home of the United States Presidents and their families. Explore the art and decor of the white house, the Eisenhower Executive Office Building, or the grounds outside.
Discover the treasures of the Smithsonian with this interactive website.