Subscribers to The World Almanac® for Kids Elementary know about the wide variety of age-appropriate, vetted, and trustworthy STEM content they can find on the platform, perfect for inquisitive young minds. Now, we’ve added even more STEM content, including an introduction to the human body and even more elementary-level math content.
Both new Topic Centers feature illustrated articles, videos, and Fun Facts to bring the subjects to life and encourage further exploration. Also, educators can find editorially curated printable handouts on each topic under Teacher Resources they can use in the classroom to reinforce and assess learning.
The World Almanac® for Kids Elementary now has an entire Topic Center devoted to the human body and the many systems that make it work. Complementing established Topic Centers on nutrition and the five senses, the Human Body Topic Center features a complete introduction to the subject, with colorfully illustrated articles including “From Cells to Systems” and “Keeping the Human Body Healthy,” followed by age-appropriate coverage of all the major body systems, including the nervous system, digestive system, respiratory system, and more.
Even the most dedicated math student can find fractions tricky. As such, our brand new Fractions Topic Center can help young students visualize how fractions work, making them easier to understand and work with. The illustrated articles bring the topic to life, offering fraction models and covering subjects such as decomposing fractions, equivalent fractions, comparing fractions, adding and subtracting fractions, multiplying and dividing fractions, and more.
Fractions joins the wide range of elementary-level math-focused Topic Centers you can find in The World Almanac® for Kids Elementary, including:
- Place Value
- Time and Money
What Is The World Almanac® for Kids Elementary?
The World Almanac® for Kids Elementary is an exciting, fun resource especially for elementary school students that provides a wealth of elementary-level content—including engaging illustrated articles, videos, interactives, Fun Facts, and more—in a colorful, kid-friendly format perfect for helping young children develop online research skills. The subjects covered span the elementary curriculum and include health and nutrition, language and writing, being a good citizen, government, social studies, a wide variety of STEM topics, and holidays. Watch this video to learn more.