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Sites for your Students
Young girl wearing space helmet jumping in the air Point your students toward our new Smithsonian Education Students site! This fun and educational site brings American art, history, science, and culture to life. All content is based on Smithsonian research and collections.
IdeaLabs
Image of a light bulb The Smithsonian's online IdeaLabs are dynamic and interactive learning sites for children. Your students can learn about American presidents, relive the Apollo 11 space mission, explore treasures from the Smithsonian's collections, and more.
Secrets of the Smithsonian
Hope Necklace Send your students behind the scenes to explore the Secrets of the Smithsonian. Are the bones of the Smithsonian's founder really buried in the Smithsonian Castle? Is the world's largest diamond cursed? Each story is a fun and fascinating look at the history of the world’s largest museum complex.
Read all about it
Image of a library stack This suggested reading page features educational books for your family's home library. Smithsonian experts—historians, curators, researchers, and scientists—contributed their expertise to each title. Online ordering information is also provided.
Explore by topic
Image of an Astronaut This is an easy-to-use directory of dozens of Smithsonian educational websites of interest to children, all listed by subject matter. If your students are interested in art and designscience and naturehistory and culture, or people and places, we have a site for them!
Know it all
Frog The Know It All gives your students the inside scoop—fun facts based on Smithsonian exhibits, collections, research, and events.


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