This article talked about how there are going to be some animals behaving weird after the solar eclipse. For example in 1544 some birds stopped singing while others in 1560 fell to the ground. So if I were you I'd keep an eye on your pets.
This link was so you can have fun AND learn something new about the solar eclipse. What I like about this song was that it explained some important facts. For example how it's been 38 years since we haven't seen the total eclipse and how the moon will move in between the sun and earth.
I strongly believe that this source NASA is a great website to research about the eclipse. What I like about this source is that it showed different eclipses and very interesting facts about how the solar eclipse works, looks, moves, and even more. For example it tells you how it can also hurt your eyes if you look at the eclipse without the special glasses.
This link is important and interesting because it explains how you'll kind of feel if you don't put on the special glasses. Also what happens to your eyes if you don't have glasses. For example it tells you how you can be blind or have a burnt spot on your eye or eyes.
This link is another good one because it talks about the energy of the lunar and solar eclipses and it explains how it's different in many ways even by showing pictures of how they look. For example it shows how the moon is in a different angle for the lunar eclipse. I put this article last because it's the least reliable one because it's not scientifically proven but I still put this one on because I thought it would be interesting to see it in a different point of view.