Students can make a board game of space facts.
Teach students the symbols for constellations of the zodiac and that astrology is NOT astronomy.
The activities in this educator guide encourage students to see the science all around them and to realize its relevancy in their lives.
This downloadable game simulates situations experienced by NASA scientists and engineers while calling on students to use math skills.
Check out one-day, two-day and weeklong NASA programs that provide meaningful learning experiences.
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Students examine how weather affects flight paths and arrival times.
With cool NASA video and images, you and your students can build a podcast about the orbiting laboratory.
05.09.12 - Thousands of everyday middle-school students have experienced excitement using the EarthKAM camera system.
Students design and build a model colony while considering the technological and safety-related challenges associated with living on the moon.
On May 2, 2012, watch as Williams prepares for her space station mission.
Explore scientific discoveries and technologies as a sequence of events that led to the Dawn mission to Vesta and Ceres.
Use word puzzles to learn how NASA's Earth-observing satellites help us better understand our planet.
Eight activities highlight the construction, assembly and cooperation involved in the International Space Station.
Demonstrate the sun's and Earth's magnetic fields with polystyrene spheres and strong magnets.
03.21.12 - Introduce students to the Discovery Program robotic missions with this education module that challenges students to design their own robotic mission.
During the month of March, NASA's Digital Learning Network is hosting a variety of webcast events relating to women and careers.
This video shows how to build an inexpensive planetarium to introduce students to star patterns.› Watch Video → | › Read More →
With just a few materials, build a paper model of the International Space Station.
Students can build their own podcasts using NASA video clips, audio clips and images that showcase the unique environment of microgravity.