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A Comprehensive, Interactive Resource for Teaching Climate Change

A great launching point for engaging in accurate and timely climate change information
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App of the Day picks are selected from the top edtech tools reviewed by Common Sense Education, which helps educators find the best ed-tech tools, learn best practices for teaching with tech, and equip students with the skills they need to use technology safely and responsibly.

Title: Climate Kids - NASA's Eyes on the Earth
Summary: Kid-friendly, expert site explores key climate issues

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Pros: This fun, fact-filled website invites students to explore and play while maintaining great depth in its content.
Cons: Text-heavy information is often organized several layers deep; finding specific answers to climate questions can be challenging.
Bottom Line: A great launching point for engaging in accurate and timely climate change information.

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