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Build a comet with paper. Very hands-on ans appropriate for primary/intermediate ages.

"This NASA video segment briefly explores how the development of the Hyper-X experimental airplane will impact the future... see more

Solid place for a lot of data. Use this for statistics lessons in grade 6 (mean, median, mode).

There is a huge amount of online material here. Use it for anything space science based or for reading material for your... see more

This is a primary to middle school activity that is hands on building a rocket. Call the parent helpers before you try... see more

The Radio JOVE project is a hands-on inquiry-based educational project that allows students, teachers and the general... see more

The Planetary Geology and Geophysics Program co-sponsors an international system of regional planetary image facilities... see more

This is a wonderful discussion on robots and their usage. It is geared toward the lower grades.

The Rocket Modeler program was developed at the NASA Glenn Research Center in an effort to foster hands-on, inquiry-based... see more

The vastness of the solar system offers a unique lesson in large numbers and in scale. THE SCHOOLYARD SOLAR SYSTEM was... see more

This one looks tasty! Teach about the shuttle and its components while using food!

Stroll through the Universe with this one. Very interactive!

See how NASA is using this old-time toy in outer space!

Use this search engine to generate custom tables of orbital and/or physical parameters for all asteroids and comets (or a... see more

Explore the relationship between the sun's magnetic field and its corona. This is the site specifically for educators.

This is a reference site for vocabulary specific to solar system dynamics.

At this site students will apply the knowledge of plotting data and obtaining a slope using a log-log coordinate system.... see more

A simple site that has you building your own 3-D glasses.

A fun reminder that we are not the only ones that have been watching the Sun! Primary grade level material.

Help the Stardust spacecraft capture comet dust and bring it back to Earth! Test your comet IQ and help Stardust capture... see more

You'd be surprised by how many cool things we now have because of the Apollo Missions to the Moon! Check this site out... see more

Another solid virtual storybook from our buddies at NASA. This one has kids reading about astronaut prep before flight.... see more

This website has content that can support a primary level introduction to our home planet. Enjoy!