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  • Fernando Vigil

    This site includes information and pictures of NASA's work, as well as games designed to both interest students in space and space exploration, and to engage them in problem solving related to these areas. They are divided into five levels for students of different skills and ages. For example, in the Exploration Design Challenge students design ways to protect astronauts from space radiation on a Mars mission, while Mars for Kids includes a word find, a Curiosity Rover coloring sheet, and more

  • Fey Hysmith

    NASA Kid's Club ... Sesame Street's Elmo in orange flight suit

  • Karen Nyberg

    NASA Kids' Club. Lots of kid's space related games, activities and information.

  • The Retro Inc

    Excited for the new Muppets movie!!

  • Nubess Digital Strategists

    Nasa Website for kids. Sesame Street's Elmo in orange flight suit

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A great website resource for any teacher if they are exploring options for space lessons or for a career as an astronaut. What I love is that they have skill levels that range from beginning to advanced, and students in the classroom can see material suited for their ability. It also allows gifted students to participate beyond their normal level, to help keep them engaged. It's a fairly fun and easy website to navigate, and has cool sounds and interactive games!

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  • Nancy McMillen-Hudak

    This are fabulous! Thanks

  • Palm Harbor Homes

    Thanks, Nancy! Hope you find one that works for your kiddos! Sometimes I have to "blend" one or two to keep all my munchkins "focused" and competing - and then get their summer reading for school added in as well. But love seeing those little eyes glued to something other than the television :)

Excellent piece on how failures start the stepping stones to success..."It showed my kids how being a scientist takes patience and lots of do-overs." via What Do We Do All Day #STEM #Education

50 FUN Activities to keep kids active indoors. This has got to be the best (most realistic) list I've come across so far! :)