Use the activity in this guide to introduce students to aspects of the atmosphere, biosphere, hydrosphere and litho/geosphere.
Students experience the challenges of tele-operating a robotic vehicle when they design and execute a series of commands to guide a human "rover."
This guide from NASA eClips includes lessons to lead students through the engineering design process and discover the ways forces affect a boomerang.
Find lesson plans, activities and links related to eclipses for high school classrooms.
This teacher guide focuses on the cosmic cycles of stellar formation and destruction -- and their connection to planet formation.
With cool NASA video and images, you and your students can build a podcast about the orbiting laboratory.
On Oct. 14, 1947, Chuck Yeager piloted the first manned flight to reach Mach 1. Commemorate this event with lessons related to the speed of sound.
This collection of 87 mathematics problems and activities investigates planets, moons, stars and other space phenomena.
In science, things don't always go as planned. Challenge students to create a podcast highlighting the role failure plays in the design process.
Students organize information and make calculations to determine ages in the universe. Student and teacher pages are included.
NASA is offering more space shuttle heat shield tiles and food packaged for spaceflight to museums and schools. Apply while the supply lasts.
Reuse our clips and images to make a multimedia project about recycling.
Learn about the discs being carried into interstellar space by the Voyager spacecraft and invite your students to create their own message from Earth.
The activities in this module lead students through an investigation of the 3,000-mile-long Valles Marineris valley on Mars.
In this activity, students learn about the locations and geology of the six Apollo landing sites.
Challenge your students to learn about gravity, microgravity, and force and motion by building podcasts featuring the science of sports in space.
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.
Check out videos highlighting the latest news and information about the Mars Curiosity rover.
In this MY NASA DATA lesson, students use satellite data to determine when the sea surface temperature meets the criteria to induce coral bleaching.
The guide contains information about NASA's newest rockets, with both new activities and updated ones from the original Rockets Educator Guide.