New Science Resources for Kids and Teens

Attention budding Einsteins! The California State Library has funded access to three online learning resources focused on science.

The new online tools are part of California’s K-12 Online Resources Program, which already makes a wide variety of free research and homework tools available to every school-age student in California. No library card is required.

The resources include:

Gale Presents: National Geographic Kids

Allows students to explore science, nature, culture, archaeology, and space through images, videos and eBooks.
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Gale In Context: Environmental Studies

Broadens student understanding of environmental issues that affect people globally through topic overviews, journals, news, and multimedia content.
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Gale Interactive: Science

Allows students to manipulate 3D interactive models (including a 3D T-Rex skull!) to visualize and understand biology, chemistry, earth, and space science concepts.
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