Whether you're learning at home or creating a lesson plan for class, Excel is a powerful tool to organize information and data. With linked data types powered by Wolfram, reliable data around academic topics and goal-setting is available instantly from trusted, online data sources. Each of these Excel templates is available to download with a single click and includes instructions, pre-populated sheets with visuals, and tips for how to explore all the available data. Use these smart templates and data types as tools for classroom lessons, study aids, or to track personal goals and plans.

Note: Linked data types powered by Wolfram are currently only available to Excel for Microsoft 365 subscribers with the English editing language added to your Office Language Preferences. You can buy Microsoft 365 and start using linked data types anytime.

Add wonder to your science lessons

Whether you're planning a lesson or learning at your own pace, bring the fun with interactive activities, visualizations, little-known facts, and more.

screenshot of the Wolfram periodic table template

Uncover the elements

Quiz yourself on the different elements, or search and filter as a class to study up on chemical compounds and more with the Periodic Table. Each tab is interactive and perfect for lessons in class and studies at home.

Learn the Periodic table

Catch a falling star

Wondering how high you'd be able to jump on Saturn? Complete with visualizations, this smart template helps you compare planets, learn if (or when) a comet may be visible near you, and discover fun planet facts. Perfect for amateur astronomers and educators alike.

Explore the Planets & Comets

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Chart the cosmos

Explore the universe from the comfort of your couch! This smart template brings all the stars in the sky onto to your screen, allowing classrooms or individuals to look up and compare stars, view constellation maps, and calculate distances in space.​

Discover the Stars & Constellations

For students and educators: Live your best life

Life is a journey. These resources can help you get (or stay) in shape, think of fun ways to socialize with friends, and make big life decisions.

Practice healthy eating

Health is a very important part of life.  You can use Recipe Analyzer to practice healthy eating. Enter the ingredients in each recipe, and see the calories, carbs, proteins, and fat each ingredient has.

Analyze your favorite recipes

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Focus on fitness

Do you have #fitnessgoals? Let the handy Nutrition Tracker help you reach them. You can set personal dietary and nutrition goals, keep track of the food you eat, and see the calories, carbs, protein, and fats you consume.

Start tracking your nutrition

Make it a movie night (or day)

Maybe you’re everyone's favorite movie critic or just looking for something fun to do with friends. Either way, let this smart template put the fun in movie night (or day). Keep a list of the movies you've watched or want to watch, enter your rating and notes for each movie, and see each movie's actors, characters, and more. 

Make your favorite movie list 

screenshot of the Wolfram movie template

Think about next steps—college and relocation

screenshot of the Wolfram college template

Choose a college

Choosing a college is a major life decision. We get it. With this smart template, you can learn about the colleges you're interested in, compare colleges to narrow down your choices, and keep track of applications after you've decided to apply. 

Get the U.S. college decision helper

Research relocation

Getting ready to move? Whether you’re moving for work, school, or just because, this smart template can lighten the load. Learn about the cities you're interested in, compare cities to narrow down your choices, and keep track of your to-do list after you've decided to move.

Use the handy Relocation helper

screenshot of the Wolfram relocation template

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