InteractiveWatch the simulation to learn the parts of an airplane.
Engage your students in these well-loved interactives from Knowitall.org's signature series Artopia, GullahNet, Hobby Shop, Kids Work! and RiverVenture.
Our NASA Science Simulations provide interactive learning experiences on an assortment of topics.
All of these interactives are non-Flash and have been re-purposed to work on mobile devices (Tested on iPad and Samsung Galaxy tablets).
InteractiveHow does weight affect an airplane? Watch the simulation.
InteractiveThrust is the force that propels or drives an airplane forward. This force can be produced by an engine spinning a propeller or a jet engine expelling hot gas from the back. Watch the simulation.
InteractiveIf you have ever put your hand outside the window of a moving car, you have experienced drag. Watch the simulation.
InteractiveAn upward force called lift, acts on the airplane and opposes the downward forces of gravity. The lift force allows the airplane to get off the ground and stay in the air. Watch the simulation.
InteractiveWhat do thunderclouds and static charge have in common?
InteractiveIf you want to understand electricity, you first need to know a little about matter, atoms and electrons.
InteractiveWhen you flip a light switch on and off, you are closing and opening a circuit. A circuit is the path that electricity follows. Play the interactive above to learn more.