In this cross-curricular STEM and language arts lesson, students learn about planets, stars and space missions and write STEM-inspired poetry to share their knowledge of or inspiration about these topics.
In this cross-curricular STEM and language arts lesson, students learn about planets, stars and space missions and write STEM-inspired poetry to share their knowledge of or inspiration about these topics.
Students explore the science behind an intriguing planetary feature by creating saline solutions and then observing what happens when the solutions evaporate. Now updated with findings from Mars!
Students explore the science behind an intriguing planetary feature by creating saline solutions and then observing what happens when the solutions evaporate. Now updated with findings from Mars!
Explore space and science activities that students can do with NASA at Home, including video tutorials for making rockets, Mars rovers, Moon landers, and more.
Explore space and science activities that students can do with NASA at Home, including video tutorials for making rockets, Mars rovers, Moon landers, and more.
This visual math problem set gives students a chance to use the mathematical constant pi with some of the real calculations space explorers use every day.
This visual math problem set gives students a chance to use the mathematical constant pi with some of the real calculations space explorers use every day.
Launch rockets, build a hovercraft, create a winning science fair project and more! These science, technology, engineering and math activities are fun for kids, adults and the whole family.
Launch rockets, build a hovercraft, create a winning science fair project and more! These science, technology, engineering and math activities are fun for kids, adults and the whole family.
Using measurements taken by the New Horizons spacecraft as it flew by Pluto in July 2015, students practice their math skills in a real-world application and see how new data can change scientific understanding.
Using measurements taken by the New Horizons spacecraft as it flew by Pluto in July 2015, students practice their math skills in a real-world application and see how new data can change scientific understanding.