All Interactives

Smart is Fun! In this collection, you can find interactive activities, simulations, 360 video and virtual reality tours.
Type
Playwright | Kids Work!
Playwright | Kids Work!

Interactive

A Playwright writes a play that is performed by actors on a stage. Students will understand the components that make up a script including characters, background, setting, acts, and scenes. This...
Inside a Proscenium Theater | Kids Work!
Inside a Proscenium Theater | Kids Work!

Interactive

Students will connect schoolwork with real work as they explore a virtual representation of a theater with specific work areas labeled and defined. The diagram is a proscenium theater, a traditional...
Inside a Television Station | Kids Work!
Inside a Television Station | Kids Work!

Interactive

Students will connect schoolwork with real work as they explore a virtual representation of a television station with specific work areas labeled and defined. Hover your mouse over room to take a look...
Inside a Hospital  | Kids Work!
Inside a Hospital | Kids Work!

Interactive

Students will connect schoolwork with real work as they explore a virtual representation of a hospital with specific work areas labeled and defined. There are many areas in a hospital. Some areas are...
Plate Movements - Lateral | NASA Online
Plate Movements - Lateral | NASA Online

Interactive

At a lateral plate boundary, plates slide past each other. The San Andreas fault in California is an example of a transform plate boundary, where the Pacific Plate slides past the North American Plate...
Plate Movements - Convergent | NASA Online
Plate Movements - Convergent | NASA Online

Interactive

At a convergent plate boundary, lithospheric plates move toward each other. The west margin of the South American continent, where the oceanic Nazca Plate is pushed toward and beneath the continental...
Plate Movements - Divergent | NASA Online
Plate Movements - Divergent | NASA Online

Interactive

At a divergent plate boundary lithospheric plates move away from each other. As the two sides move away from each other, magma wells up from the Earth's interior. It then solidifies into rock as it is...