National Geographic is currently offering a series of livestreams called, “Explorer Classroom.” These are currently available on YouTube at 2 PM Eastern Time. You can easily join in viewing by just clicking the “Watch” link under the featured presenters at the appropriate time. (Choose the calendar icon for the full list of scheduled programs.) For those of you planning ahead of time, you can register for the program with a chance for your children and/or students to get one of the few on-camera spots. The “Family Guide” that you will find after each program description gives excellent suggestions for activities and research that can be done before the livestream in order to get the most out of your experience. From discovering new species of frogs to learning what we can do to protect sharks, children will certainly find at least one, if not all, of these topics to be of interest.
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