Sky Scholar

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YouTube
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10, 11, 12, 8, 9, High school, Middle school

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astronomy, chemistry, engineering, Natural Sciences, physics, science, Technology

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This channel is dedicated to new ideas about the nature of the sun, the stars, thermodynamics, and the microwave background. They will discuss all things astronomy, physics, chemistry, and imaging related! Sky Scholar hopes that the combination of facts and special effects will aid in learning even the toughest concepts in astronomy.

Wonderopolis

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Article

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Wonderopolis
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Elementary, High school, Middle school

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algebra, art, astronomy, biology, chemistry, Earth science, ELA, geography, geology, geometry, Health, history, Humanities, Languages, literacy, Mathematics, mathematics, music, Natural Sciences, physics, political science, science, Social Sciences, social studies

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Wonderopolis is a place where natural curiosity and imagination lead to exploration and discovery in learners of all ages. Each day, they pose an intriguing question—the Wonder of the Day—and explore it in a variety of ways. The excitement of learning that comes from curiosity and wonder is undeniable, and Wonderopolis helps create learning moments in everyday life—ones that fit in with dinner preparations, carpool responsibilities, a stolen moment between breakfast and the bus, or within school curriculum and education programs.

Science Max

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YouTube
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10, 11, 12, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, High school, Middle school

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chemistry, Natural Sciences, physics, science

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Have you ever done a science experiment and wondered “What would this be like if it were HUGE?” Well, Science Max is the exciting new series that turbocharges all the science experiments you’ve done at home. This channel includes many fun science experiments for kids in clips and even includes some full episodes! Science Max posts new videos every Thursday.

Flipping Physics

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Flipping Physics
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10, 11, 12, 9, High school

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Natural Sciences, physics, science

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Flipping Physics aims to make the world a better place through real, fun, and free physics education. Flipping Physics offers physics lessons in the form of embedded videos hosted on YouTube while simultaneously offering in-class notes to go with each lesson.

Epic- Books for Kids

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Learning Management System

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Epic! Creations, Inc.
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5, 6, 7, 8, Elementary, Middle school

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algebra, art, astronomy, biology, chemistry, Earth science, ELA, geology, Health, history, Humanities, Languages, literacy, Mathematics, mathematics, Natural Sciences, physics, science, Social Sciences, social studies, Sports

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Epic was born out of a single question: How do we make books more accessible to kids? As parents, it always seemed strange to them that their kids could so easily play games and watch videos on their iPhones and iPads, but the same couldn’t be said for books. So in 2013, they decided to build the first “epic” reading experience, designed just for kids. Today, Epic has grown into an award-winning subscription service, which gives millions of families and classrooms instant, unlimited access to thousands of books, videos and quizzes from leading publishers to help kids everywhere read, learn and grow.