Can birds fly in the rain? Do spiders make a new web every day? You’ll find the answers to these questions by visiting the websites on this page. You can satisfy your curiosity about the world here. These websites are fun and interesting!
Wonderopolis – A place where natural curiosity and imagination lead to exploration and discovery in learners of all ages.
The Kid Should See This – TKSST is a collection of over 4,500 kid-friendly videos, curated for teachers and parents who want to share smarter, more meaningful media in the classroom and at home. Selections are grown-up-friendly, too.
Crash Course – Crash Course is one of the best ways to educate yourself, your classmates, and your family. From courses like Economics to World History and Literature it’s got you covered with an awesome variety of topics. With various funny hosts, you won’t even notice you’re getting smarter. It’s FREE! Crash Course has a YouTube channel, an app and a website.
Today I Learned – Learn something extraordinary! National Geographic explorers tell you new, obscure, and amazing things about the world (and beyond).
Khan Academy – A collection of teacher-made videos that are short, interesting and about many subjects. The videos about learning English are here.
Space Place – Explore Earth and space through fun games, hands-on activities, informative articles and short videos.
Rivet – Read fun and interesting books in English. Rivet is an online library of free books. It’s great for reading and for learning English. There are more than 3,500 books in 8 levels. Listen to any word in a Rivet book to hear what it sounds like in English. Speak any word and it will tell you if you are saying it right or wrong. Start reading on the Rivet website or with the app.
The Dad Lab – Inspiring kids science experiments, educational creative toys and fun activities.
TED-Ed – Colorful animated videos that explain. After you watch the video you can take a quiz, participate in a discussion and more. Take a video quiz about the Olympics.
Video Quizzes – Answer questions while watching videos at iSL Collective.
Instructables – A community for people who like to make things. There are many step-by-step instructions (with pictures) for making lots of things.
City Tours – Video tours of popular cities of the world. Turn on subtitles in English or Vietnamese.
Touropia – Beautiful videos of amazing sights around the world.
Britannica Kids – An online encyclopedia.
Khan Academy Kids – A fun and educational learning app for kids 2 to 7.
Quizizz – Free tools to teach and learn anything, on any device, in‑person or remotely.
Kahoot – A Kahoot is a fun learning game.
Socratica Studios – They make videos about math, science and how to study. Google Tips, How to Learn a Foreign Language and Improve Your Vocabulary are some of their videos.
Socratica Kids – Smart and fun videos for curious kids.
Kano – Make your own computer and learn to code.
Foldscope – A microscope made from paper.
Hour of Code – Learn the language of computers. There’s more about computer programming here.
Nas Daily – Nas is a vlogger who creates fascinating videos about the world. Check out his video about Vietnam and his video about video games in Vietnam.
Kurzgesagt – In a Nutshell – Beautiful videos that explain the world, science and many different topics. For example, Black Holes and Nuclear Bombs. These videos have English and Vietnamese subtitles!
The British Museum Youtube channel – Learning history is fun.
The Infographics Show – Facts are fun, but most are presented in boring and badly edited videos. This show focuses on making animated motion infographic videos that are fun and entertaining.
Google Arts & Culture – Discover artworks, collections and stories from all around the world like never before.
American Museum of Natural History – Fascinating videos about microscopic life, discovering new planets and what a baby T-rex looked like.
Interesting YouTubers – How To Make Everything, Mental Floss and ASAP Science.