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The Discovery is committed to serving our community by bringing science to you even while we’re all being asked to stay at home. We hope you enjoy this collection of fun, educational science learning resources! Keep checking back, as we’ll be adding new resources daily.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York offers a highly interactive area of their website designed just for kids seeking inspiration. Be sure to check out the Map which lets kids learn more about many of the pieces you’d see on a museum visit! Learn more…
“Wild Ocean,” from Giant Screen Films highlights one of nature’s greatest migration spectacles, plunging viewers into an underwater feeding frenzy, an epic struggle for survival where whales, sharks, dolphins, seals, gannets and billions of fish collide with the most voracious sea predator, mankind. Available in English, Spanish and French
Giant Screen Films, renowned producers of large-format films, has made three of its films available to stream for free. “Dinosaurs Alive!” is a global adventure of science and discovery, reincarnating the earliest creatures fr the Triassic to the monsters of the Cretaceous – life-sized and life-like. Available in English, Spanish and French
Giant Screen Films, renowned producers of large-format films, has made three of its films available to stream for free. “Mummies: Secrets of the Pharaohs” follows researchers and explorers as they piece together the archaeological and genetic clues of Egyptian mummies. Available in English, Spanish and French
From lava lamps to magic milk to eruptions and more, these simple science experiments are great for kids from preschool all the way through elementary school. Learn more…