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Air and Space Mobile Missions

Are you cut out for a career in aerospace? Find out with Air and Space Mobile Missions!

AnimalCams Live Video Stream

Take a virtual visit to the National Zoo any day of the week by tuning into our live webcams, which feature many of the Zoo's animals.

Arctic Wildlife Portfolio

Learn about the animals of the Arctic on this kid friendly website!

Bumper Ducks

These ducks need your help! Help them reach tasty treats across the pond, but watch out for obstacles!

Cloud Dreamer

Create your own design for a cloud and send it up to the sky.

Coral Reef Interactive

Have fun exploring a fictional island and coral reef, while exploring impacts on this ecosystem.

Disaster Detector

The citizens of Smithsonville are in dire need of a Disaster Detector! Help Smithsonville and other cities predict and prepare for natural disasters. Use tools to make predictions and save the city from damage by helping citizens prepare properly. Are you up for the challenge?

Do Try This at Home!

Try you hand at these fun activities from the Lemelson Center for the Study of Invention and Innovation

Expedition: Insects

Learn about giant deadly hornets, gorgeous fluttering butterflies, and stealthy crawling stink bugs in this interactive e-book.

Geography from Space Quiz

Test your geography knowledge with this online quiz.

GO FLIGHT: National Air and Space Museum

Connect with the stories and artifacts of the world's largest aviation and spaceflight collection with our official app.

Habitats Game

Do you know where the red-eyed tree frog calls home? Play this game based on animal habitats to learn! Explore the desert, coral reef, jungle, and marsh to discover where many animals live by matching each animal to their correct habitat!

IdeaLabs

How deep is the ocean? How high is the moon? How big is the universe? How old are the ancient Greek myths? Check out Smithsonian IdeaLabs to find answers.

Leafsnap Mobile Application

This free mobile app uses visual recognition software to help identify tree species from photographs of their leaves.

Migratory Bird Center Games and Activities

Migration Game - Learn about bird migration while playing a game.
Name that Nest - See if you can identify a variety of bird nests.
Online Coloring Book - Color birds online and learn about feathered travelers.

Morphy!

Morphy and his fellow alien crew have crash-landed on a foreign planet! Help Morphy locate missing crewmembers so that they can repair their spaceship.

Pilot Pals

Pilot Pals’ four games—Gears, Weather, Rocket Stacking and Airplane Parts—introduce children to basic concepts about weather, parts of the airplane, rockets, sizes, shapes and patterns.

Prehistoric Climate Change

Use fossils as a thermometer to read temperatures 55 million years ago. You can also watch a video of a fossil digger at work. 

Showbiz Safari

Lights! Camera! Action! Our movie director needs your help! Help Walrus pick actors based on the traits that best fit the movie role.

Shutterbugs: Wiggle and Stomp

Designed for the home and classroom by the Smithsonian Science Education Center and Filament Games, this iPhone/iPad game teaches students how to describe movement and motion while visiting rare animals at the National Zoo.


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