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Comprehensive resources including lesson plans, digital games, assessments,professional development for teachers, and family education materials toteach students safe and responsible technology use.
These NASA-built and -approved resources will have students of all ages seeing space from different perspectives.
Explore super space-based games and activities for the younger set
Bottom line: A fun, kid-friendly place to get introduced to the wonders of space.
NASA satellite data + teacher support yields serious inquiry resource
Bottom line: The value of the resource outweighs the challenges, so grab your coffee, a colleague, and your thinking cap and dive in.
Visually super NASA-backed treasure trove may overwhelm
Bottom line: A visually stunning way to get kids interested in science and space exploration.
Stellar smorgasbord of space and technology materials
Bottom line: Activities, games, and other clever items make learning about science and space fun.
Updated stories help kids stay up to speed with space exploration
Bottom line: Weekly updates and striking visuals make it easy for kids to stay informed about NASA's most recent discoveries.
Highly visual, interactive site could overwhelm with so many resources
Bottom line: This NASA product provides extensive resources about astronomy, space technology, and space history, but navigating the site to find specific resources takes patience.
Take science research out of this world with NASA's Mars project
Bottom line: One of the best authentic inquiry space experiences out there: Use this tool to grow the next generation of researchers in your classroom.
NASA lunar game shows students practical challenges of space
Bottom line: Great opportunity for students to see how NASA missions work and to learn valuable management skills, but don't expect much learning about the moon itself.
Listen to Jupiter by building a radio telescope and tuning in
Bottom line: Due to start-up costs (time, learning, money), this one’s a project for advanced, interested classrooms or eager extracurricular groups.