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Let’s Go To Spain
Spain is a country in Southwestern Europe. It’s famous for soccer, amazing architecture and food fighting festivals! Let’s find out more.
Let's Go To Florida
In the Southeastern region of the United States is the state of Florida. It’s famous for Disneyland, the Florida Keys and orange groves that go on and on. Let’s find out more.
Let's Go To Michigan
In the Upper Midwest region of the United States is the state of Michigan. It’s famous for its Great Lakes, lighthouses and history of car production. Let’s find out more.
Let's Go To Georgia
In the Southeastern region of the United States is the state of Georgia. It’s famous for peaches, the world’s busiest airport and as the birthplace of Civil Rights leader, Martin Luther King. Let’s find out more.
Let's Go To Tennessee
In the Southeastern region of the United States is the state of Tennessee. It’s famous for the Great Smoky mountains, world-class musicians and a group of very pampered ducks. Let’s find out more.
Let's Go To Delaware
In the Northeastern region of the United States is the state of Delaware. It’s famous for being the first US state of all, as well as horseshoe crabs and the Dover Motor Speedway. Let’s find out more.
Let's Go To Idaho
In the Pacific Northwest region of the United States is the state of Idaho. It’s famous for gemstones, legendary explorers and potatoes. Let’s find out more.
Let's Go To Kansas
In the Midwest region of the United States is the state of Kansas. It’s famous for sunflowers, buffalo and iconic female flight pioneer, Amelia Earhart. Let’s find out more.
Let's Go To Kentucky
In the Southeast region of the United States is the state of Kentucky. It’s famous for bluegrass, the Kentucky Derby and former US President Abraham Lincoln. Let’s find out more.
Let's Go To North Carolina
In the Southern region of the United States is the state of North Carolina. It’s famous for shipbuilding, pirates and flight pioneers the Wright Brothers. Let’s find out more.
Let's Go To West Virginia
In the Southeastern region of the United States is the state of West Virginia. It’s famous for mountains, the record-Breaking New River Gorge Bridge and pawpaw fruit. Let’s find out more.
Adding to the Problem
Deforestation and the use of fossil fuels are not the only human activities causing climate change. Other aspects of modern life are adding to the problem by producing greenhouse gases, like methane, nitrous oxide and chlorofluorocarbons. Let’s examine where they come from.
The Carbon Cycle
The Carbon Cycle is the process by which carbon is constantly absorbed, stored and recycled by living and non-living things, thereby maintaining the delicate balance that supports all life on Earth.
The People of Afghanistan
Learn about the Afghan Refugee Crisis and its roots in natural disasters, poverty, and political turmoil. Discover how millions of Afghans have been displaced, many of whom are women and children.
What is Fairtrade?
What is fairtrade? And how does it benefit our society? Let's find out.
Our Solar System
Blast off into space and learn more about our solar system.
Earthquakes or Hurricanes
The Earth has a lot of activity: both under the ground and in its atmosphere. This activity can lead to extreme weather conditions. Let's find out more.
Ancient Egypt
Find out what made the Ancient Egyptian civilisation one of the most interesting and vibrant civilisations in human history.
History Before Humans
History is the story of everything that has happened in the past. Let's journey back in time and take a look at what life was like before humans.
World Climate
Different parts of the world have different climates. Let’s look at what causes them.
Water
Water is essential for life on Earth. Why is it so important and where does it come from? Let's find out.
The American Revolution
The American Revolution was a war between American Patriots and their British rulers. Find out how it began and how it resulted in the foundation of the United States of America.
Inspirational Women of the 20th Century
Let’s meet some of the many women who have left a lasting impression on the past century.
Planet Earth
Planet earth is where we live, the surface is covered in land and sea.
What Is Global Warming?
The temperature on earth is increasing due to human activity.
The Dawn Chorus
Birds sing as the day breaks for all sorts of different reasons, their songs together are called The Dawn Chorus
Weather in Other Countries
The weather in other countries and during other seasons can be very different but people in those places make the most of it.
Let's Go Fly a Kite
Making and flying your own kite can be lots of fun on a windy day, remember to ask an adult for help if you need it
Climate Change: Melting Ice and Rising Seas
Climate change is causing the ice at the North and South Poles to melt and sea levels to rise.
The European Union
How was the European Union formed and how does it benefit its members?
Ice
Everything you ever wanted to know about ice!
Invasive Species and Unwelcome Guests
Over millions of years, plants and animals have evolved to suit the environment or habitat in which they live.
How did the United States buy Alaska?
Now a picture perfect US state, Alaska was once owned by Russia. So how did the United States buy this huge tract of land in the 1800s? David Rubenstein answers that question in a fact-filled history minute.
Let's Go To Arkansas
In the South Central region of the United States is the state of Arkansas. It’s famous for diamonds, the Ozark Mountains and Mockingbirds. Let’s find out more.
Let's Go To Connecticut
In the Northwest region of the United States is the state of Connecticut. It’s famous for the US Constitution, author Mark Twain and pizza. Let’s find out more.
Let's Go To Indiana
In the Midwest region of the United States is the state of Indiana. It’s famous for rolling hills, road racing and popcorn. Let’s find out more.
Let's Go To Iowa
In the Midwest region of the United States is the state of Iowa. It’s famous for corn, the Iowa Caucus political event and the oldest State Fair in the country. Let’s find out more.
Let's Go To New Hampshire
In the Northeastern region of the United States is the state of New Hampshire. It’s famous for granite, the US Constitution and space exploration. Let’s find out more.
Let's Go To North Dakota
In the Southwest region of the United States is the state of North Dakota. It’s famous for the Peace Garden, honey and Painted Canyon. Let’s find out more.
Let's Go To Oklahoma
In the Southwest region of the United States is the state of Oklahoma. It’s famous for the land runs, Tornado Alley and one of the country’s largest Native American cultural festivals. Let’s find out more.
Let's Go To Rhode Island
In the Northeast region of the United States is the state of Rhode Island. It’s famous for its coastline, lighthouses, and seafood. Let’s find out more.
Let's Go To Utah
In the Western region of the United States is the state of Utah. It’s famous for Mount Zion National Park, Bonneville Salt Flats and the outdoor sports. Let’s find out more.
Let's Go To Puerto Rico and The US Virgin Islands
Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Islands are organized unincorporated territories of the United States. They’re famous for many things, from sandy beaches and indigenous culture to bioluminescent bays and amazing animals. Let’s find out more.
The Greenhouse Effect
Earth’s atmosphere acts like a greenhouse, deflecting the fiercest of the Sun’s rays while retaining heat that would otherwise escape at night. This is known as the greenhouse effect and it’s a process that’s essential to life on Earth.
Fossil Fuels: Part One
For centuries, humans have relied on fossil fuels to power our world. Coal fuelled the Industrial Revolution but also had a devastating impact on people and the natural environment. Let’s dig a little deeper into our use of coal.
Heatwaves
Heatwaves caused by periods of extreme hot or dry weather are becoming more frequent across our planet. While some regions are able to cope with their devastating effects, others struggle to survive.
The People of Ukraine
Amidst a brutal invasion by Russia, over 10 million displaced Ukrainians persevere in their quest for safety, rebuilding lives through education and community support.
Let's Go to the Netherlands
The Netherlands is a country in Northern Europe that’s famous for its beautiful windmills, stunning tulips and world-class artists. Let’s take a closer look!
Let’s Go To South Africa
South Africa is a country in the South of Africa. It’s famous for Table Mountain, beloved leaders, like Nelson Mandela, and safaris. Let’s find out more.
Let’s Go To Egypt
Egypt is a country in North East Africa. It’s known for its ancient pyramids, the River Nile and miles of sandy deserts. Let’s find out more.
Let's Go To Oregon
In the American Northwest is the state of Oregon. It’s famous for its many volcanoes, and as the location of the largest mushroom in the world – it’s two miles long! Let’s find out more.
Let's Go To Hawaii
The US state of Hawaii is a chain of eight islands that’s famous for surfing, hula dancing and multicolored sandy beaches. Let’s find out more about Hawaii!
Let's Go To Texas
In the South Central region of the United States is the state of Texas. It’s famous for bucking broncos, ten Gallon hats, and barbecues that go on for days! Let’s take a closer look.
Let's Go To Pennsylvania
In the Western region of the United States is the state of California. It’s famous for making movies, the Golden Gate Bridge and the tallest trees in the world! Let’s find out more.
Let's Go To Nevada
In the Eastern region of the United States is the state of Nevada. It’s famous for silver, the Hoover Dam and Las Vegas. Let’s find out more.
Carving a Pumpkin
Carving a pumpkin for Haloween takes, planning, skill and the right tools for the job
Filtering Water
Drinking clean water is important for health and wellbeing, it's sometimes necessary to use a filtration system to filter dirty water into clean
From Farm to Fork
We enjoy thousands of foods and flavours every day and almost all of them come from a farm. Learn more about the journey from farm to fork.
Norway
Journey with us to Norway, where we learn all about this amazing country.
Minding Our Planet
If no one bothered to care for our environment, our world would be a very different place. Let's look at some small changes that can make a big difference to our world.
Space Race
Who will be the first to send a human into space? Who will be the first to walk in space? And, most importantly, who will be the first to walk on the moon?
Landmarks and Places that Stand Out
Here are a selection of world-famous landmarks, natural and some man made.
Extreme Weather and Climate Change
Is the world slowly getting warmer and warmer? Climates are changing – and extreme weather is more common than you think!
North America
It is the third largest continent, after Asia and Africa. But how much do you know about North America?
Wired to Wireless – Morse Code
Today, the telephone has become central to our lives. It has changed the way we communicate. But where did it all begin?
Martin Luther King Junior
Let's take a look at Martin Luther King Junior’s tireless work in the peaceful fight for justice.
Musical Instruments
There are many different and amazing types of musical instruments which are suited to different types of music from classical to digital
Irish Charities
Irish charities do a lot of good work in the community with the homeless, elderly, animals, children and other people in need
The Human Lifecycle
The human lifecycle is from birth to death and covers everything in-between
Day and Night in Antarctica
Antarctica is a fascinating cold continent inhabited by seals, penguins and other wild life at the South Pole
The Emergency Services
The Emergency services are the Coast Guard, the Fire Brigade, The RNLI Lifeboat Service and The Ambulance Service.
All About Bees
Bees are yellow and black insects which have two wings and six legs who fly from flower to flower collecting pollen to make honey
Farming: Past and Present
People have been farming for thousands of years, the process has changed a lot over the years
Working at Dublin Airport
Dublin Airport is a busy place where lots of people work at different important jobs.
Making Land out of Water
How is land formed on water? Let's find out.
French Revolution
Let's take a trip back in time and learn all about the French revolution.
The Maori
The Māori are the indigenous people of New Zealand.
Vasco Da Gama
Vasco da Gama was born in the 1460s in Sines on the south-west of Portugal. Find out all about his life and achievements.
Lilian Bland
For this Rebel Girl, the sky was the limit.An aviator who was determined to fly into the history books as the first woman to design, build and pilot her own plane. We explore who Lilian Bland was. Based on the best-selling book series 'Goodnight Stories for Rebel Girls'.
Boudicca
This Rebel Girl was a fearless warrior; Queen of an ancient British tribe called the Iceni, who spearheaded a rebellion against the Romans to protect her Kingdom. We explore who Boudicca was. Based on the best-selling book series 'Goodnight Stories for Rebel Girls'.
Dirty Thirties
The Dirty Thirties refers to the worst man-made ecological crisis in US history – when irresponsible farming habits, drought and storms led to "black blizzards" that took the lives of thousands and left many homeless.
Let's Go to Cuba
Cuba is the largest island in the Caribbean and it’s famous for its beautiful sandy beaches, salsa dancing and lots of vintage cars. Let’s find out more!
Let’s Go To India
India is the largest country in Southeast Asia that’s famous for its stunning architecture, Bollywood movies and super spicy food. Let’s find out more!
Let’s Go To China
China is a country in East Asia. It’s known for martial arts, ancient palaces, like the Forbidden City, and the Great Wall of China. Let’s find out more.
Let’s Go To Iceland
Iceland is a country in the North Atlantic Sea. It’s known for gushing geysers, the Viking Thunder Clap and the Northern lights. Let’s find out more.
Let's Go To Arizona
In the Southwestern region of the United States is the state of Arizona. It’s famous for the Grand Canyon, the Hoover Dam and chimichangas. Let’s take a closer look.
Let's Go To California
In the Western region of the United States is the state of California. It’s famous for making movies, the Golden Gate Bridge and the tallest trees in the world! Let’s find out more.
Let's Go To Ohio
In the Midwestern region of the United States is the state of Ohio. It’s famous for US Presidents, Halls of Fame and many great Inventors. Let’s find out more.
Let's Go To Alabama
In the Southeast region of the United States is the state of Alabama. It’s famous for cotton, the struggle for Civil Rights and space travel. Let’s find out more.
Let's Go To Vermont
In the Northeastern region of the United States is the state of Vermont. It’s famous for mountains, agriculture and maple syrup. Let’s find out more.
Let's Go To Wisconsin
In the Midwest region of the United States is the state of Wisconsin. It’s famous for lakes, architect Frank Lloyd Wright and more than 600 varieties of cheese. Let’s find out more.
Let's Go To Guam, American Samoa, and The Northern Mariana Islands
The Commonwealth of Northern Mariana Islands, the Virgin Islands and American Samoa are organized unincorporated territories of the United States. They’re famous for all kinds of things, from sandy beaches and indigenous culture to unique animals, like the tooth-billed penguin. Let’s find out more.
Fossil Fuels: Part Two
For centuries, humans have relied on fossil fuels to power our world. Oil and gas are hydrocarbons that have helped fuel our modern way of living, but burning them has a devastating impact on the natural world.
Human Impact
By monitoring changes in C02 levels over thousands of years, scientists know that Earth’s temperature is rising. The biggest cause of global warming? Our reliance on harmful fossil fuels.
The People of Sudan and South Sudan
The separation of Sudan into two countries, and the enduring violent conflicts between political groups, has plunged the people of Sudan and South Sudan into a humanitarian crisis.
The People of Venezuela
Despite living in an oil rich country - the people of Venezuela have suffered economic collapse, poverty and political turmoil, forcing millions to flee their homeland.
Staying Safe with Electricity
Understanding electricity and staying safe with it is important in the home, at school and in the workplace.
Day and Night
The movement of the earth spining around the sun creates day and night where you are
10 Facts About Italy
Here are 10 amazing facts about Italy that you may not know.
Feast and Festivals: Halloween
It's the spookiest holiday of the year and celebrated throughout the world, but how did it begin?
Life in Ancient Japan
Discover all about the first settlers in Japan and what life was like during this period.
The History of Agriculture
Who was responsible for the three F's of Farming and what impact did this have on agriculture?
Ancient Greece
Take a trip back in time to Ancient Greece and learn about life in Athens and Sparta.
Mapping World History
Maps can be a very interesting way of looking at history and the changes that happened over time. There are many reasons why these changes happen.
Our Place in Space
Travel through space and learn more about our solar system.
The World’s Seas & Oceans
Let's take a closer look at the world's seas and oceans.
Romulus and Remus
The story of Romulus and Remus is one of the most famous in Roman mythology.
Lighting a Paraffin Lamp
Lighting a paraffin lamp is an old fashioned way to bring some light into the darkness
The Sun in Space
The Sun is a star made of gas at the centre of our solar system
Rubbish
The rubbish that we throw away often makes its way into the sea – but by reducing, reusing and recycling our rubbish, we can help to protect all sorts of plant and animal life.
Sea Pollution
Plastics, chemicals and other waste is making it's way into our rivers and oceans causing pollution
Planet Life
Planet Earth is home to a huge and diverse range of life
The First Moon Landing
Neil Armstrong and Edwin 'Buzz' Aldrin were the first people to walk on the moon but they didn't get there alone.
Moore Street
Moore Street is a historic and traditional market in Dublin
The History of Writing
Humans have been writing for thousands of years, the shape and method people used has changed many ways over the years
Making Bales
Making bales of hay is an important part of farming and it involves all sorts of interesting processes and machines
Catching a Flight at the Airport
The Airport is where people go to catch a flight on an aeroplane.
The Hot Air Balloon
Hot air balloons have a fascinating history and important place in the history of flight.
Berlin
Learn all about Germany's capital, Berlin.
Erosion
Every day, the surface of the Earth is worn away by natural forces such as the weather and waves.
World Heritage Sites
The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) identifies landmarks or areas around the world that have cultural, historical or scientific significance. Here are a just a few.
Natural Disasters
Let's learn more about natural disasters and how they occur.
The Bald Eagle
The Bald Eagle, symbolizing strength and freedom, reflects the spirit of the United States. Chosen as the country’s national bird in 1782, this powerful animal is unique to North America.
Queen Elizabeth I
This Rebel Girl never expected to be queen of England and Ireland. She came to the throne when she was just 25 years old; And ruled over one of the greatest periods in English history. We explore who Queen Elizabeth I was. Based on the best-selling book series 'Goodnight Stories for Rebel Girls'.
Let’s Go To The Galapagos Islands
The Galapagos are a chain of islands in the Pacific Ocean. They’re known for their natural beauty, unique flora and fauna, and as the place where English naturalist Charles Darwin first developed his theory of evolution.
Let’s Go To Kenya
Kenya is a country in East Africa. It’s known for its wildlife safaris, Maasai warriors and world-beating long distance runners. Let’s find out more.
Let's Go To Illinois
In the midwest of the United States is the state of Illinois. It’s famous for its delicious deep dish pizzas, freezing winters and the Great Lakes. Let’s go to Illinois!
Let's Go To Washington, DC
In the Mid-Atlantic region of the United States is the district of Washington, DC. It’s famous for its impressive government buildings and monuments, like a giant marble statue of former President, Abraham Lincoln. Let’s find out more.
Let's Go To Louisiana
In the Southeast region of the United States is the state of Louisiana. It’s famous for spicy Cajun food, Mardi Gras festival and jazz music. Let’s find out more.
Let's Go To New York
In the Northeastern region of the United States is the state of New York. It’s famous for Niagara Falls, delicious cheesecake and the Big Apple. Let’s find out more.
Let's Go To Maine
In the Eastern region of the United States is the state of Maine. It’s famous for lighthouses, lobster rolls and Fort Western. Let’s find out more.
Let's Go To Wyoming
In the Mountain West subregion of the United States is the state of Wyoming. It’s famous for bison, gushing geysers and giving women the vote. Let’s find out more.
Let's Go To Nebraska
In the Midwestern region of the United States is the state of Nebraska. It’s famous for corn, the Sand Hills and a very unusual public sculpture called Carhenge. Let’s find out more.
Let's Go To Mississippi
In the Northern midwest region of the United States is the state of Mississippi. It’s famous for magnolias, the mighty Mississippi River and blues music. Let’s find out more.
Let's Go To South Carolina
In the Southern region of the United States is the state of South Carolina. It’s famous for palmetto trees, ancient shell rings and Frogmore Stew. Let’s find out more.
Let's Go To South Dakota
In the Upper Midwest region of the United States is the state of South Dakota. It’s famous for Mount Rushmore, ancient fossils and the Black Hills Powwow cultural festival. Let’s find out more.
The Rohingya People
The Rohingya people, described by the UN as the "most persecuted people in the world”, have faced decades of discrimination and violence in Myanmar, leading to mass displacement.
Autumn
Autumn
The Story of Rain
The water cycle is one of the important systems which affects everything on earth
People Who Travel to Help Others
Many different jobs involve travelling to help others, Healthcare Visitor, Veterinarian and Ambulance driver are some important ones
Types of Rocks
They might all look the same, but rocks are always. These changes happen slowly over millions of years. But why is that? And how are they formed?
Recycling
What are three R's of recycling and why are they so important?
The Bronze Age
What was the Bronze Age and when did it begin? Let's find out.
Unusual Environments
Planet Earth is an amazing place. It’s home to lots of unusual environments. Let’s take a look!
Brazil
Welcome to Brazil – the fifth biggest country in the world.
The Inca Civilisation
The Inca civilisation was one of largest civilisation in the world! But how much do you know about it?
La Belle France
Take a trip through France and learn all about this beautiful country.
Habitats
Take a look at some examples of habitats that can be found around the world.
The History of Music Players
Recording and playing back music has changed in many interesting ways through the years
Wind Turbines
Wind turbines convert wind into electricity
Neil Armstrong
Neil Armstrong was the first man to walk on the moon. He lived an extraordinary life of danger, passion and advances in the field of aeronautics
All About Electricity
Electricity can be a fantastic help but it can also be very dangerous
Life in the Past : Baking in an Old Irish Kitchen
In times gone by people used to bake their bread on an open fire
Pollinators
Bees fly from flower to flower taking and dropping pollen as they go
Biodiversity
Biodiversity is name for the variety of life on earth
Turf Cutting: Past and Present
People have been cutting peat for heating for many years and the process has changes a lot over the years
Farming Potatoes in the Past
Potato farming has been going on in Ireland for many years, in the past it was done by hand and now it is a mechanised process.
The Wright Brothers
The Wright Brothers, Orville and Wilber were the first to fly a motor operated plane.
The Irish Coast Guard
The Coast Guard is responsible for maritime emergencies.
World War 1
How did World War 1 begin? Who were the Allies and what countries made up the Central Powers? Let's find out.
Florence Nightingale
This Rebel Girl revolutionized health care. A British Nurse whose work saved millions of lives, by the simple act of encouraging us to wash our hands. We discover who Florence Nightingale was. Based on the best-selling book series 'Goodnight Stories for Rebel Girls'.
Our Solar System.
Our Solar System is the name for our sun and the planets in orbit around it.
Let's Go to the UAE
The United Arab Emirates is a country in the Middle East that’s famous for its sandy deserts, super tall buildings and islands built into the sea. Let’s find out more!
Let’s Go To Jamaica
Jamaica is the largest island in the Caribbean that’s famous as the birthplace of reggae music, spicy jerk chicken and one of the fastest athletes in history. Let’s find out more!
Let's Go To Alaska
In the North Eastern region of the United States is the state of Alaska. It’s famous for glaciers, dog sledding and the Northern Lights. Let’s find out more.
Let's Go To Colorado
In the Northeastern region of the United States is the state of New York. It’s famous for Niagara Falls, delicious cheesecake and the Big Apple. Let’s find out more.
Let's Go To Maryland
In the Eastern region of the United States is the state of Maryland. It’s famous for Chesapeake Bay, crab cakes and as The Star-Spangled Banner. Let’s find out more.
Let's Go To Massachusetts
In the Eastern region of the United States is the state of Massachusetts. It’s famous for Cape Cod, the Salem Witch Trials and the oldest university in the country. Let’s find out more.
Let's Go To Virginia
In the Southeastern region of the United States is the state of Virginia. It’s famous for being the birthplace of the nation, the state that produced the most US Presidents and wild ponies. Let’s find out more.
Let's Go To New Jersey
In the Northeastern region of the United States is the state of New Jersey. It’s famous for farming, boardwalks and diners. Let’s find out more.
Let's Go To Minnesota
In the Northern midwest region of the United States is the state of Minnesota. It’s famous for the Great Lakes, the Twin Cities and cheese curds. Let’s find out more.
Let's Go To Missouri
In the Midwestern region of the United States is the state of Missouri. It’s famous for the Missouri River, the St. Louis Gateway Arch and toasted ravioli. Let’s find out more.
Let's Go To Montana
In the Northwest region of the United States is the state of Montana. It’s famous for precious minerals, the Badlands and delicious berries. Let’s find out more.
Let's Go To New Mexico
In the Southwestern region of the United States is the state of New Mexico. It’s famous for dinosaur fossils, the Rio Grande River and the largest balloon festival in the world. Let’s find out more.
Let's Go To Washington
In the Pacific Northwest region of the United States is the state of Washington. It’s famous for forests, basketball and apples. Let’s find out more.
Burning the Forests
Trees and forests are known as the lungs of the Earth – because they absorb and store carbon. But when they’re burned or cut down, the C02 they release contributes to global warming.
Our Carbon Culture
For centuries, humans have relied on fossil fuels to power our world. Coal fuelled the Industrial Revolution but has also had a devastating impact on people and the natural environment. Let’s dig a little deeper into our use of coal.
Warming Oceans
Since the 1970s, our oceans have absorbed 90% of the excess heat produced by CO2 emissions. As our oceans get hotter, and sea levels continue to rise, our world is sure to look very different in the future.
The People of Syria
The Syrian Refugee Crisis has seen over 11 million Syrians have been displaced from their homes as the result of a devastating civil war.
Growing a Seed
Planting seeds and watching them grow is a facinating way to understand the world around us
Where You Live: Ireland
Irealnd is a beautiful country with many amzing sights, situated on the western most edge of Europe
Amazon River
Have you ever wondered how and where a river begins?
Transport
Modern transport allows people to travel all over the world. Take a look at some of the different ways in which you can travel.
Climate Change
Our planet is heating up and it is having an impact on climates all around the world. Let's take a look at some of the reasons for this.
Volcanoes
What exactly is a volcano and where in Ireland can you find an extinct one?
Travel and Transport
Track the history of transport and travel from the invention of the wheel through to modern air travel.
Weather
Our ancestors predicted the weather by looking at the sky, and observing how animals behaved. Let's have a look at how things have changed since then, thanks to modern technology.
Trees and Forests
Did you know that trees are the oldest living things on planet Earth?
Outer Space
Have you ever looked at the sky at night and wondered, ‘Is there life on other planets?'
Changing Clothes
Take a look at fashion throughout the centuries.
A Visit to Mexico City
Mexico City is not your typical city. It’s time to explain.
History of Air Travel
Let’s take a flight through aviation history.
Hibernation
Hedgehogs hibernate through the winter and wake again in springtime
The Story of Turf Long Ago
People in Ireland have been cutting turf and burning peat for a long time.
Climate Activists
Climate activists do all sorts of different activities to support the environment
Birds, Animals and Materials on Irish Beaches
There are many interesting kinds of birds, animals and materials on the beaches around Ireland
Natural Disasters.
Natural disasters happen in countries around the world all the time, global warming is causing these disasters to happen more often
The Human Landscape
Learn how our natural landscape has been modified by human activities.
Plate Tectonics
What are plate tectonics and how do they change the surface of the Earth? Let's find out!
Staple Food & Main Crops
The surface of the Earth is covered with different habitats that have been created by their climates and locations.
Japan
Travel to Japan and learn all about this incredible country.
Hidden People of Iceland
Learn all about elves, the hidden people of Iceland.
Geography of the Colonies
The 13 British colonies were founded from a desire to profit from land and resources. So how did their varied geography shape their growth?
What is the U.S. Flag?
Tracing its evolution from the Grand Union Flag to today's 50-star design, the U.S. flag represents the nation's journey, embodying values of liberty, equality, democracy, and freedom for all.
Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
This Rebel Girl wanted the world to read stories that were a true reflection of life in Nigeria. So she wrote her own stories about Africa which inspired a new generation of readers around the world. We explore who Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie is. Based on the best-selling book series 'Goodnight Stories for Rebel Girls'.
Beatrix Potter
This Rebel Girl captured our imaginations with her much-loved tales. An English writer who took matters into her own hands when no one would publish her stories, And went on to become one of the world's bestselling children’s authors. We explore who Beatrix Potter was. Based on the best-selling book series 'Goodnight Stories for Rebel Girls'.
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