There are a lot of great resources for educators on asteroids and small solar system bodies on the Dawn site.
Explore! Jupiter's Family Secrets will acquaint you with Jupiter and NASA's upcoming Juno mission! read more »
A set of activities available on-line on the LPI Explore! site for ages 8-13 designed for library and informal education settings.
First-Step: Return to the Moon
Moon Pie read more »
The guide is designed to be used as single activities or combined to form mini-units. read more »
Updated Rockets Educator Guide (2008).
History of rockets, how rockets work, applying Newton's Laws. read more »
For the NASA Summer of Innovation, NASA Aerospace Education Specialists have developed six 30-hour thematic units of NASA content. read more »
- Comet on a Stick activity - Grade level 3-5
- Children's Activities
- What is a Comet?
- Comet Sisters Story & Activity Extension
- Extreme Navigation - Grade level 5-8 read more »
The hands-on activities in this Educator Guide lay the conceptual groundwork for understanding questions fundamental to the field of astrobiology. read more »
Most people enjoy getting out under a clear night sky to gaze up at the beautiful tapestry of stars and planets overhead. But what if you can't tell Polaris from Pollux, or Saturn from Sagittarius? read more »
A planisphere (pronounced "plane is feer") is a device that represents the sphere of stars on a plane surface. read more »