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Best educational websites

Written by Bunga

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As parents, you always want to find the best things for your children, especially to invest money and time for what serve children’s best study. Besides good learning and teaching methods and environment, you will certainly seek for good educational facilities, and online education methods are proved to be the best choice for you. 

 

According to experts, online learning has certain advantages to learners through its face-to-face instruction. You can find the vast resources on the Internet to look for great educational sites which keep your kids focused on learning. Let’s take a closer look at the best and useful educational websites for children and students as follows:

ted.com


TED is the abbreviation of three worlds: Technology, Entertainment, Design. It is a body which invites inspirational people to the conference to share their ideas on the world, technology, design and more and videos the results and archives them. 

 

ted.com

 

2- historytoday.com


Registering for free, you can browse via hundreds of articles from the popular magazine. They are also classified into groups and are easily readable.

 

historytoday.com

 

nationalgeographic.com


The American magazine covers a large series of subjects from space and the environment to animals and even world music, and this website includes the best living things inside the world.

 

nationalgeographic.com

 

www.nasa.gov


This site includes videos, podcasts, a vast photo archive, 3-D image files, and pages for missions where you can look at raw data for the whole earth.

 

www.nasa.gov

 

howstuffworks.com


This website is comprised of expertly written articles explaining everything under the sun from how a Taser is put together to the history of the earth. Moreover, hundreds of videos are supplemented to clarify each article.

 

howstuffworks.com

 

discovery.com


Discovery, as its name suggests, is the online dictionary supplying every science knowledge via lively images or best quality videos for those who are interested in discovering the world.

 

bbc.co.uk/nature


This website consists of a simple collection of video clips and is chosen from 370 animals to see related footage.

 

pbs.org


PBS is a publicly funded American TV channel with a focus on science, the arts, and history. You may also watch the whole shows or browse their excellent, richly detailed sites.

 

 

 

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