Crash Course (Youtube)

  • Click the Link: Crash Course (FREE) , Crash Course (non Youtube-PAID)

    We create free, high-quality educational videos used by teachers and learners of all kinds. That's all we want to do. After 900,000,000 views, it turns out people like this. And our videos aren't just for schools; the majority of our viewers, around 60%-70%, watch Crash Course without currently being enrolled in an associated class.

    These are the series you can currently find on our channel: Chemistry, World History, Biology, Ecology, US History, Psychology, Big History, Literature, Anatomy and Physiology, Astronomy, Intellectual Property, U.S. Government & Politics, Economics, Philosophy, Physics, Games, World Mythology, Sociology, Computer Science, Film Studies, Statistics, Theater, Media Literacy, Study Skills, Statistics, History of Science, Engineering, Navigating Digital Information, European History, and Business."

Who Was? App/Site

Who Was?
  • Click the Link: Who Was?

    "The hardworking Who HQ team of authors, editors, illustrators, designers, and fact-checkers strive to bring you the very best books about the most interesting topics.  We get great feedback from readers from all over the world about our books and take their thoughts and suggestions very seriously.  It’s our goal to tell the stories of people, places, and events in the most accurate of ways.

    I get asked a lot what my favorite Who HQ book is, and I think that it’s Who Was Andy Warhol? His story about growing up and seeing the world from a different point of view than many of his peers, and how he entered the New York art scene with his own unique voice really speaks to me. Come to think about it, I like his white hair a lot, too!

    We’re so pleased that this series has so many awesome readers, and we can’t wait to keep giving you more books to read!"

Nat Geo Kids

Nat Geo Kids
  • Click the Link: National Geographic Kids

    "National Geographic Kids is a children's magazine published by the National Geographic Society. ... In a broad sense, the publication is a version of National Geographic, the flagship magazine of the National Geographic Society, that is intended for children."

Google Earth

Google Earth
  • Click the Link: Google Earth

    "Our mission is to organize the world’s information and make it universally accessible and useful."

Time for Kids

Smithsonian for Kids

  • Click the link: Smithsonian for Kids

    "About the Smithsonian

    The Smithsonian Institution is the world’s largest museum, education, and research complex, with 19 museums and the National Zoo—shaping the future by preserving our heritage, discovering new knowledge, and sharing our resources with the world.

    The Institution was founded in 1846 with funds from the Englishman James Smithson (1765–1829) according to his wishes “under the name of the Smithsonian Institution, an establishment for the increase and diffusion of knowledge.” We continue to honor this mission and invite you to join us in our quest."


  • Click the Link: Ducksters

    "About Ducksters

    At Duckster's our goal is to provide a fun and educational web site with lots of interesting content. We try to write articles that are informative, easy to read, and interesting.

    We hope to provide an informative place for people to learn, explore, and use the internet for research."