Space Fun

SPACE FUN FLYER

http://www.miamisci.org/af/

Build a Space Mission

 

Go to the Moon, Mars, Saturn or Jupiter!
Go to the Moon, Mars, Saturn or Jupiter! 

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CLIMATE KIDS

The whole planet Earth as seen from space.

http://climate.nasa.gov/kids/


COSI Explore Science Discover FunOnline Activities

COSI’s Online Activities are an extension of the great fun and educational experiences you can find in our building and with our educational outreach programs.

http://www.cosi.org

/visitors/online-activities/


Cyberchase
Web Games
Browse the Guide to Web Activities to learn about online games and puzzles for kids on the Cyberchase site. Kids can play on their own, with friends and classmates, or with the support of a parent or teacher. Browse the guide and click on the links to get started!

Web Games

pbskids.org/cyberchase/parentsteachers/lessons/games.html

Web Adventures

http://pbskids.org/cyberchase/web_adventures.html


Eyes on the Earth - 3D: Flying along with NASA satellites orbiting Earth. Watch the video first to learn how.

http://climate.nasa.gov/Eyes/

Eyes on the Solar System Logo

http://solarsystem.nasa.gov/eyes/


From  the European Space Agency

http://www.esa.int/esaKIDSen/index.html


FUNSCHOOL SPACE


JPL Virtual Field Trip

JPL Kids

http://www.jpl.nasa.gov/education/index.cfm?page=67

JPL Virtual Field Trip

 

Find out how we explore space.
Find out how we explore space. 

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NASA KIDS SITE


Moonbase Alpha Game ScreenShot -- Repairing the Life Support System

A 3-D Immersive NASA Exploration Game

NASA has once again landed on the lunar surface with the goal of colonization, research, and further exploration. Shortly after the return to the Moon, NASA has established a small outpost on the south pole of the moon called Moonbase Alpha. Utilizing solar energy and regolith processing, the moonbase has become self-sufficient and plans for further expansion are underway.


Nasa Mars Funzone

http://marsprogram.jpl.nasa.gov/funzone.html


NASA Science: For Kids

Here you can play, learn and explore the world around you. NASA brings you an exciting way to look at our Sun and Earth, our solar system and the universe beyond.

From high above our Earth, NASA satellites are looking down studying our Earth and looking out studying the distant worlds of the universe. NASA’s unique way of looking at our world around us lets scientists study so much from the global weather patterns of El Nino, to Martian rocks, and to galaxies far, far, away. Have you ever wondered why some years you have more rain or snow than other years? Is there life on Mars? Are there other planets like ours in the universe? NASA scientists are beginning to find answers to these and other questions so we can all better understand our Sun and Earth, our solar system, and the universe beyond.
Come and explore your world and beyond through NASA’s eyes. Experience an inspiring view of science with games, activities, movies, and even resources to help you with your homework.

http://nasascience.nasa.gov/kids


NASA Kids Club

With news about current space events and links to age-appropriate reference material (some of it at external sites), NASA Kids brings us space in a tidy package. Reference topics are divided into Space & Beyond, Rockets & Airplanes and Pioneers & Astronauts. Activities are listed under Projects & Games. Most of the site is easy to navigate

http://www.nasa.gov/audience/forkids/kidsclub/flash/index.html

Make your own planet!

Screenshot from NASA’s Extreme Planet Makeover site

The new “Extreme Planet Makeover” page on the NASA/JPL PlanetQuest site lets you roll up your sleeves and create your very own planet.

Balance five factors to create an Earth-like habitable world, or get wild and make your own extreme exoplanet. Use the Image Gallery feature to compare your creation with those of other Earthlings. Once you’ve finished creating the exoplanet of your dreams, download a picture of your custom world for posterity.

Link: Extreme Planet Makeover

via Make your own planet! : Space and Astronomy news daily – SpaceInfo.com.au.


NASA ROCKET BUILDER


NASA Kids Play and Learn

Cartoon showing Ares V launch

Grades K-4

http://www.nasa.gov/audience/forstudents/k-4/playandlearn/playandlearn_archive_1.html


NASA Quest

Welcome to NASA Quest!

NASA Quest Challenges are FREE Web-based, interactive explorations designed to engage students in authentic scientific and engineering processes. The solutions relate to issues encountered daily by NASA personnel.


BBC Playspace

http://www.bbc.co.uk/science/space/playspace/

Play our games and quizzes about space for fun and learning. Find your place in the Universe with this map of space.


In this program, you will become a NASA researcher and design the air transportation system of the future! When cars were invented, scientists and engineers had to design a ground transportation system with roads and traffic rules. A similar system was designed for air transportation. With more people traveling by air than ever before, your challenge is to find ways to improve this air transportation system.

http://futureflight.arc.nasa.gov/


Science Games

http://games.pppst.com/science.html



SCIgames.org


Free Astronomy Videos

http://videoclips.mrdonn.org/science/space.html


http://www.sciencenewsforkids.org/pages/search.asp?catid=31

SPACE JANITOR


Space Place is the place for hands-on elementary-age space crafts (“Make your own jewel in the sky, a model Saturn decoration”), space activities (“Play our Intergalactic Adventures board game and be the first to explore a black hole and live to tell about it!”) and space experiments (“Test a new spacecraft material.”) You’ll also find a smattering of fun space facts, but not exhaustive reference material.

http://spaceplace.nasa.gov/en/kids/


spaceKids

Landing at SpaceKids.com is like being sent to play in outer space! Filled with feature stories, questions and answers, contests and interactive games for the elementary-age crowd, Space Kids is the younger sibling of Space.com. Middle-schoolers (and older) should visit Space.com (look for the link on the left-hand menu) for in-depth space news and science

http://www.space.com/spacekids/


StarChild
A Learning Center for Young Astronomers
StarChild

http://starchild.gsfc.nasa.gov/docs/StarChild/StarChild.html


Texas Space Grant for FUN

Plan an adventure to Mars or test your alien knowledge.


Virtual Journey into the Universe

If you have Shockwave and Java capabilities, fasten your seat belt for this exceptional virtual tour of our solar system. Starting in the cockpit, you have your choice of ten destinations: from the Sun to Pluto and Neptune. Upon arriving at each planet (or star), you can peruse the illustrated features (such as Exploration, Surface, and Interior) or explore the interactive component that might be a game or an explanatory animation.

http://library.thinkquest.org/28327/


Kids’ Space


Astronomy Our place in Space

Space for kids

NASA Science: For Kids

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