Fun & Easy Science for Kids

Montenegro

Montenegro
Montenegro was part of Yugoslavia, until the country collapsed in 1991. The country's name in modern Italian (Monte Nero) means "black mountain". Montenegro united with Serbia after the...

Montenegro

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Jamaica

Jamaica
600 miles south of Miami, Florida lies Jamaica, an island country full of contrasts. Tourists love to visit Jamaica for its beautiful, white beaches, lush

Jamaica

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Macedonia

Macedonia
Situated in Southeast Europe, Macedonia was previously a part of Yugoslavia. The country is still the poorest of the former Yugoslav countries. This mountainous, landlocked country has few resources and almost 30 percent of adults are unemployed. It has more than 50

Macedonia

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Honduras

Honduras
Honduras is one of the poorest countries in Central America. Farmers grow bananas, coffee and sugar, but most of the land is owned by fruit companies or a few wealthy...

Honduras

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France – Largest Country in Western Europe

France – Largest Country in Western Europe
France is the largest country in Western Europe and one of the most beautiful countries in the world. It is the third most-populous European country. It is also the largest country in the EU. Due to its shape, it is often referred to in French as l’Hexagone or The Hexagon. Their rich...

France – Largest Country in Western Europe

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Conservation

Conservation
How many plants and animals live near you? Probably more than you think. Just in one backyard lies a tiny universe of plants and animals that are all dependent on one another and the...

Conservation

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The Earth’s Layers

The Earth’s Layers
Have you ever wondered why a bottle of soda fizzes – and sometimes bubbles over – when you open it? The answer is pressure. A bottle of soda contains high pressure. Leave the cap on and nothing happens. As soon as you take the cap off, though, some of the liquid soda escapes and becomes a

The Earth’s Layers

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Craters

Craters
Meteors are pieces of flying rock, metal and space debris. They generally burn up as they enter the Earth’s atmosphere, but occasionally they hit the Earth. When a meteorite...

Craters

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Industrial Revolution

Industrial Revolution
Is there something you’re good at making or doing? Maybe you’re the best cookie maker on your block. Perhaps your best friend is an expert bracelet maker. You could sell or trade your cookies for a bracelet. Your friend will tell other friends about your fabulous cookies and soon you’ll...

Industrial Revolution

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Most Dangerous Volcano Eruptions

Most Dangerous Volcano Eruptions
Imagine a lake made entirely of red-hot lava. How about a cloud of searing hot rock and dust traveling more than 450 miles per hour above a volcano? These are some of the dramatic results of volcanic eruptions. Volcanoes come in many forms – rift volcanoes, which form in places where the...

Most Dangerous Volcano Eruptions

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Chile

Chile
Along the western side of South America runs Chile, a long narrow country that borders the Pacific Ocean. The coastline is over 4,000 miles long, but less than 70 miles wide. You can drive across the entire country of Chile in a few hours. The Andes Mountains border Chile on the east, and most...

Chile

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Crystals

Crystals
Here’s a project for you: place a black sheet of paper on a cookie sheet. Set the paper outdoors the next time it snows. Allow a few snowflakes to fall on the paper. Bring the cookie sheet indoors and look at the snowflakes through a magnifying lens. What do you see? That flat snowflake...

Crystals

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The Water Cycle

The Water Cycle
Every living thing on Earth needs water to survive. Fortunately, Mother Nature’s got a pretty smart way of recycling water – the water cycle. Fun Facts about...

The Water Cycle

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All About Soil

All About Soil
Soil is like a cake made from lots of different things. Soil consists of crumbling rock or sand, clay, dead plant and animal remains, fungi and even manure. It also contains...

All About Soil

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