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Games, Animals, Photos, Stories, and More -- National Geographic

National Geographic Kids is a free website packed full of science and social studies information and facts. Children of any age can use this as an entertaining resource for facts on just about anything you can think of. It is nice because it offers the student facts in a number of ways such as text and video. There are also interactive components such as games and quizzes.


Young monks begin their service very early in life in their studies in the monastery. This monk was young and energetic and decided to "fly" in his exuberance for life. Picture by Bonnie Stewart


I imagine this being a little boy who has rarely felt the cool touch of water for a bath or even struggles to find clean water to drink more often than not. That is pure joy.

from National Geographic

Traveler Photo Contest 2013

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Abraham Lake, Elliott Peak, Alberta, Canada • Bubbles of gas released from the lake bed were frozen in their place as winter hit this year. The absence of snow in the area left the surface stunningly clear, allowing National Geographic to snap this fantastic image.

from National Geographic Society

Dia de los Muertos

National Geographic slideshow of Day of the Dead!