For Students 5-8

NASA's Women of STEM

Flask and colorful science symbolsMeet some of NASA’s women engineers, scientists, educators, interns and others.
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Do-It-Yourself Podcast

DIY PodcastCreate your own podcast with NASA video and audio clips.
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Various app icons on a space backgroundDownload free NASA apps for your smartphone or tablet.
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NASA Dictionary

The picture dictionary will help you learn about NASA.
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Homework Topics

Two boys studyingHave Homework About NASA?
Find answers to questions about NASA missions, vehicles, science topics and more!

Career Corner

Cartoon showing spaceship and small astronaut on the surface of the moon with Earth in the distanceFind career information, and learn more about what people do at NASA.
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Students drawing at a board Search by Subject
This list of NASA topics can help with homework.


Letters of the alphabet Sites Listed by Alphabet
Use this list to find NASA websites.


A boy holding a pair of binoculars Search NASA
Do you still need help? Use NASA's search engine!

Stuff You Can Do

Boarding pass for the Orion spacecraft Send Your Name on the Orion Test Flight
One day, the Orion spacecraft will carry humans into deep space. Register your name to fly on Orion’s first test flight. The last day to register is Oct. 31, 2014.

Optimus Prime OPTIMUS PRIME Spinoff Challenge
NASA and OPTIMUS PRIME challenge students to share the benefits of NASA technologies. Create a video or a video and a virtual 3-D model of a new spinoff or space technology. Register and upload your video by Jan. 12, 2015.

Mars landscape and a small picture of the Curiosity rover Send a Postcard to Curiosity
Choose an online postcard and send a message to the Curiosity rover team on Earth and the Curiosity rover on Mars.

Rock Around the World Rock Around the World
Mars scientists want help from students around the world. Send a rock from your region of the world, and scientists will use a tool like one on a Mars rover to tell you what the rock is made of. Then compare your rocks to the ones found on Mars.

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