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Bring the world to your classroom by taking your students on a virtual field trip to a national park, historical landscape, or outer space. Help students review key learning concepts by interacting with 360° learning environments, reviewing differentiated content, or completing personalised learning tasks.

Whether students answer a quiz on the Ancient Romans, respond to a poll question on deforestation, watch a video on how hurricanes form, or submit an open-ended response, they’re interacting with content in meaningful ways.

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Browse hundreds of interactive 360° learning environments. View a selection of our experiences or download our experience booklet below.

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Ancient Egypt

The pyramids of Egypt date back to the Ancient Egyptian civilisation, which began around 3,000 BC. During that time, Egypt was ruled by kings known as pharaohs. Most of the landscape of Egypt is hot, dry desert, and so the Ancient Egyptians usually lived near the river Nile where the land was most fertile. 

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Waterfalls of the World

Take a look at some of the world’s most beautiful waterfalls, including Angel Falls in Venezuela, Iguazu Falls on the border between Argentina and Brazil and Victoria Falls on the Zambezi River.

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Mount Everest

The Himalayas are located in Asia. They are made up of over fifty mountains, including many of the highest peaks on Earth. They stretch for about 2,400 km (1,400 miles) and cover parts of six countries: India, Pakistan, Afghanistan, China, Bhutan and Nepal. In this virtual experience, you will visit Mount Everest.

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Geography of China

The Himalayas are located in Asia. They are made up of over fifty mountains, including many of the highest peaks on Earth. They stretch for about 2,400 km (1,400 miles) and cover parts of six countries: India, Pakistan, Afghanistan, China, Bhutan and Nepal. In this virtual experience, you will visit Mount Everest.

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Geography of Australia

Australia is made up of one very large island and a number of other smaller islands. It is sometimes considered to be its own continent, and otherwise is considered to be part of the continent of Oceania. It is in the southern hemisphere, surrounded by the Pacific and Indian Oceans. In this virtual experience, you will visit the Twelve Apostles, Sydney Opera House, Uluru and the Great Barrier Reef.

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Expedition to Antarctica

Antarctica is the Earth’s southernmost continent. It is on the South Pole. It is almost entirely south of the Antarctic Circle. Around Antarctica is the Southern Ocean. It is the fifth-largest continent in area after Asia, Africa, North America, and South America. In this virtual experience, you will explore the landscape, fauna, and flora of Antarctica.

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Ancient Rome

The ancient Roman civilization began around 800 BC and lasted until the fifth century AD, and today there are still many ruins around the city of Rome from that time. In this virtual experience, you will explore the ancient Roman civilization.

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