Make your own collection of beautiful galaxies. Suspend them on a mobile so they turn and sparkle in the wind.
Use video of NASA experts to create a multimedia project about careers in exploration.
Order and experiment with seeds flown on the space station MISSE experiment.
Fun facts and hands-on activities about the moon introduce NASA's GRAIL mission, which is uncovering some of the moon's most hidden secrets.
Engage students in the investigation of variables that affect flight patterns of paper aircraft.
This collection of 44 mathematical problems and activities investigates eclipses, transits and occultations.
In this activity, students observe mold growth on different types of bread, and measure and record the growth rate.
Get the most out of Space Station Live. Watch the video to learn how to use the site.
See the schedule and resources for the week of Oct. 14-20, 2012.
Join the live World Space Week events Oct 4-10, 2012, celebrating the Curiosity rover. Learn about the mission to Mars from NASA experts.
The "Big Idea" of this standards-based, 5-E unit is transportation systems move people and goods.
Demonstrate how astronomical satellites use technology to collect optical data, transmit that data to Earth and reassemble the data into images.
NASA is offering more space shuttle heat shield tiles and food packaged for spaceflight to museums and schools. Apply while the supply lasts.
These activities demonstrate the difference between mass and weight. Students compare their results with those of astronauts on the space station.
Reuse our clips and images to make a multimedia project about recycling.
Blast off into the new school year. Build a podcast about the laws and concepts behind launching rockets.
"Explore Your Curiosity" with a collection of NASA activities and multimedia for students in grades 4-9 in an informal education setting.› Download PDF →
Download and print these poster-sized images of science facts and NASA missions.
The Mars Curiosity Rover landed on the Red Planet on Aug. 5, 2012. Learn more with this fact-filled, interactive guide that includes lesson plans.
How much space do you have? Build a system in the classroom, schoolyard, park or neighborhood.