This lesson for high school classes features hands-on activities to teach the basic parts of an airplane and each part's major function.
Check out these interactive experiments that focus on how NASA uses remote sensing to study how and why Earth changes.
Bring a comprehensive review of the surface circulation of Earth’s ocean into your classroom with this website that features lesson plans and quizzes.
This collection of resources will lead students to new ways of engaging in Earth science and help teachers prepare classroom lessons.
This hands-on activity lets students observe the radio sounds of Jupiter and the sun. The site includes educator guides, education resources and more.
In this lesson, students correlate surface radiation with mean surface temperature to understand the reason for the seasons.
Bring the Sun-Earth connection into your classroom with this collection of lessons and activities.
Using a plot of previous sunspot data, students predict when the next sunspot cycle will occur. Student and teacher pages are included.
Explore a variety of concepts in this 96-problem collection. Each word problem includes background information and answer keys.
Students take on the role of a NASA scientist in this high school mathematics problem set featuring Russia's recent asteroid encounter.
Use these activities to teach students about climate change science and the complex interactions of Earth’s physical and biological spheres.
In this standards-aligned module, students explore the sequence of events that led to the Dawn mission to Vesta and Ceres in the asteroid belt.
This poster and series of activities are designed to make the use of measurement and computation in mathematics visible to students.
In this hands-on activity, students investigate the relationship between mass, acceleration and force as described in Newton's second law of motion.
Learn more about wind tunnels and how they are used to safely push the aeronautics envelope. Then build your own!
Find out how NASA is participating in the 2013 FIRST Robotics competition.
Landsat's 40-year legacy continues on Feb.11, 2013, with the next mission. Plan a party with these resources and watch the launch on NASA TV.
This activity guide features space science problems that help students apply Algebra 2 concepts to real-life settings.
Use video of NASA experts to create a multimedia project about careers in exploration.
This poster features activities highlighting the 16 countries working together on the space station.