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Albert Einstein and Relativity for Kids: His Life and Ideas with 21 Activities and Thought Experiments (For Kids series)

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Little Einsteins Kids' Favorite Songs Part 5

There are a couple of great web pages about Einstein for kids in middle school. is an interesting article about Albert Einstein’s days as a young family man, trying to make ends meet while revolutionizing modern physics in his spare time. Middle school students will certainly enjoy the article’s description of Einstein’s constant challenging of authority... along with his 7th grade teacher’s prediction that Einstein would never get anywhere in life! This web page gives visitors the option of listening to the article through a streaming audio file.

An Internet introduction to Albert Einstein for kids makes a great online science activity. By the time children are in , most have heard of Einstein. By the time kids are in high school they have all heard of E=MC2 – Einstein’s theory of relativity. Everyone appreciates Albert Einstein’s brilliant intellect, and we all love that famous picture of him sticking his tongue out! Einstein brings a gentle, human face to advanced physics. In getting to know Einstein, we somehow feel a bit more connected to the larger world of science.

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    An Internet introduction to Albert Einstein for kids makes a great online science activity. By the time children are in , most have heard of Einstein. By the time kids are in high school they have all heard of E=MC2 – Einstein’s theory of relativity. Everyone appreciates Albert Einstein’s brilliant intellect, and we all love that famous picture of him sticking his tongue out! Einstein brings a gentle, human face to advanced physics. In getting to know Einstein, we somehow feel a bit more connected to the larger world of science.

    is a fantastic site about Einstein for kids ages 9 to 12. Einstein’s theories are presented in a surprisingly simple and straightforward manner by people who obviously know their stuff.