Spotlight on Sources:
Welcome to Renzulli Learning’s Spotlight on Sources, some of our most engaging resources to excite and inspire your students!
National Geographic Kids offers captivating educational activities that can provide an immersive learning experience for your students! Your students can explore a diverse range of topics, from wildlife and geography to science and culture, fostering a sense of curiosity and global awareness.
Their carefully curated content is not only informative but also presented in a way that sparks the imagination, making learning both fun and impactful. National Geographic Kids is a fantastic resource that not only educates students about the beauty and diversity of our planet but also instills a sense of responsibility for its conservation, making it an invaluable tool for young learners to embark on a journey of exploration and discovery.
To locate these activities within Renzulli Learning:
Under the 'Teach' navigation, click 'Search'.
On the Search page, type in the title of the activity you would like to locate.
For more ideas to infuse enrichment activities with your curriculum, please visit the Unit Supplements on the Teacher Site, under “Teach.” We can also link these enrichment resources to your regular curriculum if you send us a theme or topic.
K - 2
Argentina is a vast country located in the southern part of South America. The eighth largest country in the world, it is the second largest country in South America after Brazil, and it's about one-third the size of the United States. Argentina is bordered by the Andes Mountains and Chile to the west.
National Geographic Kids: Nature- Acadia National Park
Grades 3 - 5
Acadia National Park is one of America's most beautiful places! It has 47,000 acres of lakes, ponds, mountains, and ocean shoreline along the coast of Maine. This site goes beyond telling you about this park. You will be able to play a game about animals and their habitats, read about "leave no trace," and more!
National Geographic for Kids: Countries - Bahamas
Grades 6 - 8
Located in the Atlantic Ocean, the Bahamas consists of 700 islands. Only about 30 of them are inhabited by people. New Providence—one of the largest islands and the location of the capital—is home to 70 percent of the country’s population. Check out National Geographic Kids to learn more about this tropical paradise.
Grades 9 - 12
Uncover the secrets of one of the world’s oldest civilizations. The Egyptians working on the pyramids are helping create a culture that will last more than 3,000 years—it will be one of the longest-lasting civilizations in the world.
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