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Watch Geckos Run on Water!

Did you know that geckos can actually run on water? This ability is something that scientists have found potentially unique compared to other animals. Speaking of water, it looks like a prehistoric fish might have had blubber just like our whales and dolphins today. But what does it mean? Wrapping u

Save “FreeWilly” — become a citizen scientist

Have you ever heard a whale or an orca “talk”? Now you can! Underwater microphones have been set up in the waters off the coast of Washington state. Clicks, whistles and squeals are some of the sounds you might hear! Find out more about an amazing new App that can enable you to become a citizen scie

Mars, here we come! Or, should we?

Fascinated about going to Mars? Now it is almost here! NASA just landed InSight on Mars, US is planning a trip back to the moon, and a Tesla car is “racking up billions of miles in space”. It is an exciting time for space exploration. But do we really have the right to go to these places? Does Mars

Are we contaminating Mars?

Fascinated about going to Mars? Now it is almost here! Nasa just landed InSight on Mars, US is planning a trip back to the moon, and a Tesla car is “racking up billions of miles in space”. It is an exciting time for space exploration. But do we really have the right to go to these places? Does Mars

Create & Learn Monthly — Does your state have K-12 Computer Science standard for your kids?

Does your state have K-12 Computer Science Standard? Most likely no. California, known as a technology Mecca, attracting and spawning everything high-tech, announced only recently a k-12 Computer Science standard. Most of states still do not have one yet. Shocking, right(?!) especially considering

Life saving drones, virtual reality art, and men can walk again!

No one can deny that we live in an incredible era of innovation and technological breakthroughs! The world our kids are growing up in is changing as we speak! The stories highlighted this week show us the power of the human body, walking again with electrical stimulation; the creativity of the human

Feed Your Kid’s Curiosity… with Science about Food!

Grab some snacks, sit back, and share these articles with your kids. This week, we highlight several articles surrounding various aspects of food. Giant mushrooms that live mostly underground, potato chip bags that reveal audio through vibration, and the need for changes in farming food production.

How to Spark Your Kid’s Creativity

Set a course for their passions and careers — Photography, architecture, or graphic design, are all outlets for your child’s artistic creativity. Intertwine them with technology and you have projects that can change the world! The following articles are about these artistic topics and how they are m

Rockets, Robots and Laser beams

Rockets, Robots and Laser beams are the topics that will grab anyone’s attention, especially young people! Are your kids or students interested in science? Check out the articles below that we are highlighting this week on our website @ TechNews4Kids. Who knows? Your kids may be inspired to learn mo

Explosions, Icebergs, and Submarines

These three things will grab the attention of even the most bored kids. We, at Create & Learn want to inspire your kids to learn about the science that is so cutting edge that many of their teachers haven’t even heard about these topics. We encourage you to read these articles together with your kid
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