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Encyclopedia Smithsonian

CATEGORY: Science and Technology

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Arctic Wildlife Portfolio Arctic Wildlife Portfolio

Learn about the animals of the Arctic on this kid friendly website!

Artificial Anatomy Game Artificial Anatomy Game

Play an anatomy matching game.

BugInfo Science Fair Projects

Suggestions for science fair projects.

Cloud Dreamer Cloud Dreamer

Create your own design for a cloud and send it up to the sky.

Coral Reef Interactive Coral Reef Interactive

Have fun exploring a fictional island and coral reef, while exploring impacts on this ecosystem.

Digging for Answers Digging for Answers

Are you a brainiac on the subject of the human brain? An authority on American authors? An ace on astronomy? A whiz on The Wizard of Oz? If not, don’t worry. The game Digging for Answers tests your research skills as well as your expertise.

Expedition: Insects Expedition: Insects

Expedition: Insects an e-book written, illustrated, and animated by the Smithsonian Science Education Center for Grades 3-5. In the book, readers travel around the world to visit six different types of insects in their natural habitats.

Geography from Space Geography from Space

Test your geography knowledge with this online quiz.

Giant Panda Quiz and Crossword Giant Panda Quiz and Crossword

Test your knowledge about Giant Pandas!

Just for Kids Just for Kids

Solve jigsaw puzzles and crossword puzzles, take a virtual world tour, send an e-card, learn about animals and their names—National Zoo website.

Kids Collecting Kids Collecting

Explore the riches of the Smithsonian’s collections, learn how to start your own collection, and see what kinds of things other kids collect.

Leafsnap Mobile Application Leafsnap Mobile Application

This free mobile app uses visual recognition software to help identify tree species from photographs of their leaves.

MEanderthal MEanderthal

Do you look like your relatives? Your prehistoric relatives? Try  morphing yourself backward in time with MEanderthal. You might be  surprised when you see your face transformed into the face of an early  human with the Smithsonian Institution's first-ever mobile app.

Migratory Bird Center Games and Activities Migratory Bird Center Games and Activities

Migration Game - Learn about bird migration while playing a game.
Name that Nest - See if you can identify a variety of bird nests.
Online Coloring Book - Color birds online and learn about feathered travelers.

Mirror Molecules Mirror Molecules

Contains activities intended for school children, grades 5 and up, under adult supervision.

Pilot Pals Pilot Pals

Pilot Pals’ four games—Gears, Weather, Rocket Stacking and Airplane Parts—introduce children to basic concepts about weather, parts of the airplane, rockets, sizes, shapes and patterns.

Prehistoric Climate Change Prehistoric Climate Change

Use fossils as a thermometer to read temperatures 55 million years ago. You can also watch a video of a fossil digger at work. 

Shutterbugs: Wiggle and Stomp Shutterbugs: Wiggle and Stomp

Designed for the home and classroom by the Smithsonian Science Education Center and Filament Games, this iPhone/iPad game teaches students how to describe movement and motion while visiting rare animals at the National Zoo.

Sizing Up a Squid Activity Sheet Sizing Up a Squid Activity Sheet

Learn all about the giant squid, a real-life sea monster. You can figure out the size of the creature by drawing yourself swimming next to one.

Sizing Up the Universe Sizing Up the Universe

Choose objects, like a basketball, to represent objects in the universe and use these to explore relative sizes in outer space.


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