Fun & Easy Science for Kids

Flag of French

Flag of French
After the terrorist attacks in Paris last year many landmarks around the world were lit up in the colors of the French flag. Several social media users have changed their profile photo to show the colors of the French flag to show their solidarity to the people of France.

Flag of French

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Flag of Canada

Flag of Canada
The flag of Canada in the present form was adopted on 15 February 1965, replacing the British flag. Since 1996, February 15 has been observed annually as National Flag of Canada Day. The National Flag of Canada consists of two red...

Flag of Canada

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Rosetta and Philae Mission for kids

Orbiting the Sun, comets are small balls of ice and dust with a tail of gas. They appear and disappear in regular cycles. Since the dawn of civilization, these small celestial bodies have been looked at by mankind in awe and fear. In...

Rosetta and Philae Mission for kids

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Space missions to Mars

In this list are all space missions sent to Mars by different agencies and countries. The order of the list is chronological.

Space missions to Mars

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Future Manned Missions to Mars

Why would anyone want to live on Mars? Presently Mars does not seem to be a very attractive place. The reason is not far to seek. The Red Planet, as Mars is called, has...

Future Manned Missions to Mars

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World’s Biggest Tsunamis

While tsunamis came to the forefront of the world's attention when the 2004 Boxing Day Tsunami hit the coast of Sumatra, they have taken place several times in the past. There are very destructive and deadliest tsunamis in terms of loss of lives caused by them or...

World’s Biggest Tsunamis

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Tsunami

Tsunamis Tsunamis, often referred to as tidal waves, are a series of ocean waves, called a wave train, caused when an earthquake or other major disturbances like landslides and volcanic eruptions displace hundreds of cubic kilometres of water from its equilibrium position. Pronounced...

Tsunami

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Mozambique

Mozambique
Mozambique lies in Southeastern Africa, along the Indian Ocean. Its neighbors include South Africa, Swaziland, Zimbabwe, Zambia,...

Mozambique

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Uganda

Uganda
Landlocked Uganda sits in Northeastern Africa, bordered by Kenya, Rwanda,

Uganda

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Life in the Ocean

Life in the Ocean
With over 70 percent of the Earth covered in water, oceans, bays and tributaries make up the largest biome – or ecosystem – on the planet. Scientists have found over 1 million species of animals and plants...

Life in the Ocean

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Mountain Life

Mountain Life
If you’ve ever gone hiking in the Rocky Mountains or Sierras in the western United States , you know that the higher you go, the colder conditions get. The air is thinner and...

Mountain Life

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The Desert

The Desert
When you think of a desert, what do you think of? Perhaps you think of the Mojave Desert in California or the Sonoran Desert in Arizona. Maybe you think of the Sahara Desert in Africa . All of these deserts are hot...

The Desert

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The Savanna

The Savanna
Tropical grasslands, also known as savannas, are found in hot parts of the world with dry and rainy seasons. Unlike many plants, grass can survive periods of...

The Savanna

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The Moorlands

The Moorlands
The moorlands are like no other place on Earth. Stretching over vast areas of the United Kingdom – Great Britain, Wales,

The Moorlands

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Madagascar

Madagascar
Madagascar, which lies off the coast of southeastern Africa, is the fourth largest island in the world. Covered with mountains, coastal...

Madagascar

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Comoros

Comoros
The Comoros is a country made of three islands set in the Mozambique Channel between Tanzania and Mozambique. The...

Comoros

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Malawi

Malawi
Malawi is a small country in Southeastern Africa, neighbored by Mozambique, Tanzania, and Lake Victoria. Lake Malawi runs along the eastern edge of...

Malawi

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Tanzania

Tanzania
When you think of Africa’s exotic animals, wide open spaces and beautiful scenery, Tanzania is probably the place most like your imaginings. Tanzania has many national parks, including the most famous Serengeti National Park, and the Gombe Stream National Park, where Jane Goodall learned about...

Tanzania

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Burundi

Burundi
Like Rwanda, Burundi is a small, poor, crowded country in Central Africa. And like Rwanda, Burundi endures conflicts between the majority Hutu tribe and...

Burundi

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Rwanda

Rwanda
Rwanda lies in Eastern Africa, near the Indian Ocean. It is a tiny country, surrounded by much larger countries, including Tanzania and the

Rwanda

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Gabon

Gabon
Gabon lies in Western Africa on the Atlantic Ocean, neighbored by Cameroon and the Republic of the Congo. The country was colonized by France in...

Gabon

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The Democratic Republic of Congo

The Democratic Republic of Congo
n the center of Africa, lies the Democratic Republic of Congo (DR Congo), a huge country the size of Western Europe. This country has more natural resources than almost any other country, including rich farmland, acres...

The Democratic Republic of Congo

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Cameroon

Cameroon
Cameroon was formed in 1961 from former British and French colonies. Like many countries in Africa, it has had challenges in becoming a free and independent country. Harsh and corrupt rulers have slowed the process....

Cameroon

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Chad

Chad
Chad is one of Africa’s poorest nations, mainly because of years and years of fighting. The fighting stems from religious and cultural differences between Muslim groups, who live mostly in Northern Chad, and Christian groups, who live in the south. Northern Chad is a hot, dry

Chad

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