Activities for students in grades K-8.
Did you know that our universe is stretching out in all directions? It’s true! Ever since the universe began about 13.8 billion years ago, it’s been stretching out and expanding. In this activity, you’ll make your own stretchy universe slime.
Subject: Living and Working in Space. Download this printable coloring, writing and activity book. Work puzzles and learn new words about NASA’s Commercial Crew Program that will launch astronauts to space on American rockets.
NASA conducts aeronautics research. The 52-page High Flyers Alphabet Activity Book introduces basic aeronautics terms. Students can color and practice letter writing, learn new words, solve simple addition problems and more.
In this challenge, use what you know and what you can investigate about gravity, motion, forces and a target of your choosing (the Moon, Mars or beyond!) to design and build a lander that will protect two “astronauts” when they touch down.
The interactive app gives an overview of the complexities involved in getting to and conducting research aboard the International Space Station. The app is also challenging and fun! The Commercial Crew Program focuses on working with NASA’s two partners Boeing and SpaceX to create American commercial capabilities to safely send humans to and from the International Space Station.
Play word and number puzzles while you learn about the Apollo mission that first put people on the Moon. Find out about the Artemis mission that will land the first American woman and the next American man on the Moon.