If your home is feeling a bit smaller these days, expand your horizons and look to the skies for inspiration! NASA and the Kennedy Space Center are offering great online resources so that kids can explore outer space right within their own homes. Check them out below!
The Kennedy Space Center's educators are putting together a series of long-distance learning videos on space-related STEM topics, NASA milestones, and more. Learn something new and then do a hands-on an activity like creating a mission badge or doing a science experiment. Follow along for these videos on the Center's Facebook page! The Kennedy Space Center has additional resources for at-home education available here.
NASA's Stem @ Home web-page also has wonderful resources for kids in grades K-4, from crafts to puzzles to games to educational storybooks! Check them out here!
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