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Taylor takes us to the United Kingdom to prepare to meet a royal!
Learn how some kids in the Gaza Strip get to school.
Horseshoe crab blood is a lifesaver.
Can you guess what these old inventions were used for?
No matter where you go, you can find a sweet treat!
Creepy or cool, these sightless creatures are fascinating!
Private landowners in California learn about the benefits of controlled burns.
Investigate a museum display of restored pedal cars in St. Petersburg, Russia.
Discover fascinating facts about playful primates.
Catch tissue paper ticks with static electricity.
Learn the basics for whipping up a batch of cookies
Guess which animals these products come from.
Watch our competition for best paper plane!
Learn about the Westminster Abbey Choir’s role in King Charles III’s coronation.
See our original Explore It! interactive about the history of volunteering.
Learn about the developmental stages of rabbits, elephants, giraffes, and butterflies.
Teen competitive cheerleader Anna Stone demonstrates gymnastics skills.
Tourists love Hawaii. Should they pay a tax to keep the island in good shape?
Learn about the people and places of the Dominican Republic and Haiti.
See ART in action.
Jonathan Boes shows how to create your own single-string guitar.
Hannah Harris drives a tractor and explains what farmers need to repair their equipment.
Welcome aboard the “Practically Unsinkable” ship!
Build your own simple machine with an axle, wheel, and pulley.
You may have heard of making batteries out of potatoes. How about dirt?
Learn about national animals from a variety of countries.
Some plants benefit from growing near others.
A trail runs from one end of Romania to the other for 870 miles of breathtaking views.
Learn more about New Testament epistles (letters).
From virtual reality gear to robotic pets to a space plane, CES has plenty to showcase.
Learn about construction paper, cardstock, edible paper, and more!
Caleb Bailey becomes a virtual race car driver.
Learn about cinnamon, cloves, horseradish, vanilla, pepper, and ginger.
Scientists study history with burnt bricks and pottery shards.
Learn to listen to the radio or a vinyl record through your teeth.
Make an affordable, healthy, delicious dog treat for your furry friend.
Read about the history of skateboarding and watch 10 classic skateboard tricks.
Learn about some wild treks, including the longest bike ride in one country.
Watch a video showing just how scorpion milking works.
Discover handy inventions from that era we still use today.
Learn about research being done with cyborg cockroaches.
Rob Patete teaches you how to make your own illuminated manuscript.
Learn about some of the Greeks' false gods and who the One True God really is.
Learn how echolocation works.
Follow along with our original WORLDkids video to make your own mosaic.
Learn some words in American Sign Language.
How do archaeologists at Nineveh dig up a city?
Play our memory match game and learn about cloning.
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