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Dive Into Space

Space is an exciting topic for kids to explore. Encourage kids to examine space and astronomy using a variety of teaching ideas and resources. There's so much information and materials out there for students to review as they learn about the planets, stars, and other parts of our universe. Look for fun space activities, astronomy lesson plans, amazing facts and challenging quizzes through this collection.
A Collection By Kelly Flynn
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Dive Into Space
  • NASA Space Place

    Website
    spaceplace.nasa.gov
    spaceplace.nasa.gov
    Kelly Flynn says:
    NASA'S SpacePlace began in 1998 and was started as an education and public outreach project for elementary-age children. The site is arranged into sections with concentration on the sun, solar system, and other space-related content. Even if students can't read, there are plenty of activities to keep kids engaged. Each selection is clearly detailed as something students can explore, do, or play.
  • Kelly Flynn says:
    STEMworks is an organization devoted to supporting educators and other STEM advocates by providing resources that encourage interest in science, technology, engineering and mathematics. The link provided in this collection offers numerous lesson ideas for space-related content. Lessons are easy to follow and carry out. Some of these include Does the Moon Rotate?, Design a Planet, and Alka-Seltzer Rocket.
  • KidsAstronomy.com

    Website
    kidsastronomy.com
    kidsastronomy.com
    Kelly Flynn says:
    KidsAstronomy.com is a free educational resource offered by the KidsKnowIt Network. Created for kids of all ages, the site works to teach children about outer space in a fun and exciting way through their website filled with interactive games, activities, fun facts, and materials for teachers to incorporate into their instruction.
  • teachervision.com
    teachervision.com

    Popular Space Activities for Science Class

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    Kelly Flynn says:
    There are many resources available at this site to help students from kindergarten through twelfth grade discover the depth of their natural curiosity about the universe. Use science printables and lesson ideas as you plan your instruction for teaching all about Earth and the solar system. Resources are provided by TeacherVision which offers a 7-day free trial or you can pay $39.95 for a year-long membership which grants instant access to all available resources.
  • Kelly Flynn says:
    Learn about The Effects of Spaceflight on our Bodies or The Future of Space Robotics by downloading free images, podcasts, and video clips and accessing an abundance of other interactive online features through NASA. You can search hundreds of STEM supported resources by topic, grade level, or keyword.
  • Space Videos

    Website
    sciencekids.co.nz
    sciencekids.co.nz
    Kelly Flynn says:
    Use this link to access amazing space and astronomy videos and clips designed for kids. Students can enjoy historic NASA footage, outer space missions, space shuttle launches, and interactive space songs.
  • Space-Video.info

    Website
    space-video.info
    space-video.info
    Kelly Flynn says:
    Through Space-Video.info, you can access a free collection of space-related video clips. The variety of space topics and video durations make this resource adaptable to many different age groups. You can explore the organized playlist to select and view videos. All videos are public domain and mainly retrieved from NASA and the National Archives and Records Administration.
  • Kelly Flynn says:
    TED Talks are powerful videos lead by expert speakers on education, business, science, technology, and creativity. This collection of videos focused on the topic of space is mainly hosted by TED Talks, but there are other sourced videos also available in this gallery. You can search videos by topic, language, and duration.
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