This week, we learned …
… what the Earth looked like millions of years ago. Resource of the week!
Navigate a gallery of Earth’s shifting tectonic plates here.
… supertankers migrate.
How are supertankers enabling globalization?
… prehistoric footprints on a Canadian beach are helping archaeologists trace human migration to the Americas.
Did early North Americans take a “kelp highway” to the new landmass?
… the Eiffel Tower could get a radical makeover.
Add some color to some other long-faded monuments with our “Classical Coloring Pages” here.
… Lego is introducing its first sustainable bricks.
How long has Lego been in business?
… Assassin’s Creed is turning into a virtual museum.
How is the Nat Geo Museum taking visitors on a virtual tour?
… the 101 dishes that changed America. Hot dog!
Can American foods represent the American dream?
… music lessons boost students’ cognitive skills.
How does one educator use music to help students serve the community?
… the bigger the earthquake, the longer it takes to issue an alert.
Use our Forces of Nature interactive to understand why earthquakes may be difficult to report—and create one of your own!
… how Shetland islanders whaled from the North Sea to the Antarctic.
What tools did British whalers use?