The Curious Ecology of Ants on a Log

Ants on a Log provide a curious climate musical for your kids.

‘Monstrum’ Addresses ‘Game of Thrones’ White Walkers, More in New Series

Are 'Game of Thrones' White Walkers really Nordic draugr? PBS and YouTube team up to answer that question and more…

‘Power Up: Your Incredible, Spectacular, Supercharged Body’: We Are All Made of Energy

Learn how powerful our bodies are when you read 'Power Up' with your kids.

Go on Some ‘Math Adventures With Python’

You got your math in my programming! You got your programming in my math! With this book, anyone can learn…

Can You Tell Me How to Get to the ‘Sesame Street’ Archive?

50 years of ‘Sesame Street’ episodes will soon be archived by the American Archive for Public Broadcasting. Eric spoke with…

Stack Overflow: 12 Books for the ‘Undefeated’

Black History Month isn't over yet! Dig into these books with your kids.

Great Books for Kids: A Trio of Nat Geo

Eric and Luke review three National Geographic Kids titles that are great reads for any curious kid.

‘The Minard System’: Charles-Joseph Minard’s Innovative Use of Statistical Graphics

Charles-Joseph Minard was a French civil engineer who elevated turning statistical data into visual representations into an art form. A…

Review: Running With Wolves

Jim and Jamie Dutcher know more about the perception of wolves than most anyone else. For years, they lived with…

King Tut With Kids

Join us for a day at Oregon Museum of Science and Industry, where we experience The Discovery of King Tut…

‘The Incredible Adventures of the Awesome and Amazing Margaux’

A new book featuring a deaf and blind poodle with a positive attitude will help you and your kids weather…

Breaking Atmo: Recent Space News and 2019 Look Ahead

A look back of some Space News that happened late in 2018, and some of the exciting events coming in…

‘Theater of the World’ Provides a Thorough and Compelling History of Mapmaking

If you've ever wondered how maps were made, were improved upon, and have evolved, 'Theater of the World,' a new…

Vintok Split — Super-Portable Second Screen for Laptop Users

As a laptop user, I no longer have to miss the usefulness of a second screen AND I don't have…

Kanban: Organization for the Whole Family

Busy families often need an organization tool for projects, chores, and schedules. Kanban is one tool that can help families…

New Lonely Planet Kids Books Educate While Entertaining (With Lift-the-Flap Excitement!)

Two new books from Lonely Planet Kids will keep your kids busy for hours, exploring airports and ancient monuments and…

Reignite Your Passion for Space Travel With ‘The Smithsonian History of Space Exploration’

Take a trip through time and the universe with a new book about our searches among the stars.

‘Kid Scientists’ Takes Us Back to the Childhoods of Science Superstars

Learn a bit about the childhood origin stories of notable scientists throughout history.

Reaping the Rewards: Turing Tumble

A review of Turing Tumble, a fun set of puzzles built on top of a ball-bearing computing machine.

‘World of Darkness’ Documentary Review

'World of Darkness' is the new documentary that profiles the history of the White Wolf company and their historic horror…

It’s Elementary With ‘The Element in the Room’

Learn what the items in your house, your room, your food, or your body are made of in this new,…

This Is the Ultimate Book for Any ‘Bibliophile’

A book about books... What's not to love?

Geek Links: ‘Algorithms’ — New Magazine Aimed at Young Coders

If you've got a young coder under your roof or maybe you're a teacher looking for some additional resources for…

We Are Knitters Dinka Scarf for Kids Kit

Get crafting and making with your kids! Teaching them how to knit is the perfect craft for kids as young…

Start Planning Now for Free Museum Day!

Mark your calendars for Free Museum Day, next month! Thanks, 'Smithsonian Magazine'!

Explore Computer Science Algorithms With Brilliant

Learn to manipulate code and calculate solutions to real-world problems with Brilliant's Computer Science Algorithms course.

From Roots to Canopy: ‘Around the World in 80 Trees’

Learn about 80 different trees from around the world in this masterpiece published by Laurence King.

Brilliant Teaches Special Relativity

In Brilliant's Special Relativity course, you'll explore Einstein's theory through 16 quizzes, more than 250 guided problems, and lots of…

Geek Links: Learn Morse Code With Google Typing Trainer

Google says they can teach you Morse code in an hour. Guess what? They can! Courtesy: Bryan on Scouting