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NASA has completely revised this popular lithograph set, which includes color images, background information, significant dates, and related web sites for all the planets in our solar system. The entire set, or individual lithographs from the series, can all be downloaded as PDF files on the NASA...
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"NASA's educational posters are designed to showcase NASA mission information. The back consists of panels that may be downloaded as 8 x 11 inch pages that are designed for use in the classroom. The panels contain information about the poster, classroom activities and resources for educators. Click...
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Learn about NASA with these printable two-sided bookmarks. Each has an image and information about a NASA educational program. Some bookmarks have a classroom activity.
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"K-8 teachers and space enthusiasts of all ages, start your school year off right with a Solar System Bulletin Board from the NASA/JPL Educator Resource Center. The resources include a poster of Saturn's Titan Moon, taken by NASA's Cassini mission, along with student activities for grades 1-8; a...
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Over 12-000 previously unreleased pictures from the NASA Apollo Missions, including pictures of the moon, the earth, the moon's surface, and the astronauts that were on the missions. Flickr photostreams and albums.
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Published in 2004
NASA uses robotic explorers to collect information about places where humans cannot travel. This classroom activity leads students to build and test a robotic-like hand.
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Published in 2013
An animated storybook explains why people have explored since the beginning of time.
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Check out the Let's Fly Away activity. Children can interact online with an aircraft-covered dodecahedron. Or, print out the activity pages to learn about 12 different aircraft and build their own 3-D dodecahedron!
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Do you know a child who likes puzzles? Check out the Put It Together game to solve puzzles of NASA images. Choose from four different levels of difficulty.
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"The """"""""Space Lunch"""""""" game helps them learn about nutrition and healthy eating habits as they hunt for matching food groups."
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Published in 2017
NASA and the Challenger Learning Centers present Christa's Lost Lessons. Christa McAuliffe was chosen to be the first teacher in space. Due to the tragic space shuttle Challenger disaster in 1986, she did not film the science lessons in space as planned. Educators-turned-astronauts, Joe Acaba and...
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For accurate, kid-friendly information on planets, see NASA Space Place's page, How Do We Weigh Planets? Written for elementary and middle level audiences, the explanation covers topics such as How do scientists use gravitational pull as a scale?, Why do scientists usually discuss mass rather than...
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Published in 2017
"Are your students curious about our home planet? Check our the """"What is Earth?"""" features from NASA Knows! series for elementary (grades K-4) and middle level (grades 5-8, link at the bottom of the page) learners. Featuring illustrations and grade-appropriate text, the articles answer...
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Shooting star party, anyone? Use this article from NASA's Space Place as a starting point to teach elementary and middle level students about meteors ad meteor showers. In simple, straightforward language, the article explains what these space rocks are, how they form, and the best times of the year...
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Published in 2018
So you want to go to Mars? The International Space Station (ISS) is helping us get there. This short 1.18 minute video highlights several ways the ISS is helping NASA extend human presence into deep space.
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"The Beginner's Guide to Rockets (BGR) was created as web-based """"textbooks."""" The creation of this web site is a research project to explore the use of the personal computer and the Internet to present educational materials to students, teachers, and lifelong learners in a more interactive way...
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NASA Wavelength is your pathway into a digital collection of Earth and space science resources for educators of all levels -- from elementary to college, to out-of-school programs. These resources, developed through funding of the NASA Science Mission Directorate (SMD), have undergone a peer-review...
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"These """"Teacher Toolkits"""" focus on research and activities related to the space station. Each month will feature a research theme or other topic related to the space station. Use lesson plans, videos, and related resources to bring the International Space Station into your classroom. More...
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