5 Inventions Created by Kids

Have you ever thought of an invention that could change the world or a genius idea on how to improve a product that already exists? I can't even count how many brilliant ideas I've had only to see them...

STEM Apps Designed by Students

There are now more than a million apps each for Apple and Android devices and tens of billions of downloads, with no end in sight. There are apps in every imaginable category and a whole “app economy”...

Inspire STEM Education

"Knowledge in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) can be the key to a successful future."  Edutopia.org Giving students a fun way to explore STEM education and an opportunity to be...

First Thanksgiving: The True Story

What follows is my abridgement of the Thanksgiving story, written with balance and restraint for children by teacher and author Charles M. Larsen, who is descended from several American Indian tribes. If you...

Is All Multitasking Bad?

Multitasking. Most of us do it at least some of the time, whether that means browsing the Internet while watching TV, texting while waiting in line at the store, switching between multiple browser tabs, or...

New Audio from NASA Free to Download

Explore space with new audio from NASA NASA has released several audio files to the public that are available to download for free via the image below. Audio clips range from interstellar sounds to the rumble...

Your Complete Guide to Stop Bullying

We've compiled powerful stories and launched an exciting campaign in honor of National Bullying Prevention Month, during which participants such as those pictured above are giving High Fives for Bully-Free...

Labor Day 2014: Why We Celebrate

The first Monday in September, or Labor Day, is a day set aside in honor of “the social and economic achievements of American workers.” For many of us, Labor Day 2014 will simply mean time off from work...