This week, National Geographic launched an all-new digital hub made just for young explorers looking for a window to the world around them, called [email protected]
The new hub comes filled with lessons for teachers, hands-on activities, games, quizzes, videos, tips for parents, and access to National Geographic Society’s Learn at Home portal, a curated collection of content for grades K-12. The resources available on the site are organized by grade and come with lessons on social studies, geography, science, and more.
Through the Explorer Classroom feature on the hub, kids can meet Nat Geo Explorers through live talks, as filmmakers, scientists and more share their experiences from around the world. Future Explorer Classrooms include a live talk with a conservationist working to protect the adorable but endangered cotton-top tamarin monkey, and a conversation with the head of National Geographic’s Shark Tales team.
Nat Geo Kids Books is also getting in on the at-home education by offering new downloadable worksheets packed with experiments and fill-in-the-blank activities. Content from popular book series will also be available, including the “Weird But True” book, and “Zeus the Mighty,” a middle-grade series where Greek mythology meets talking animals.