Pre-College Resources

Forward to the Moon Explorer Activities

"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. The free, printable booklet has mazes, word searches, sudoku puzzles with pictures and other types of puzzles. You can learn about NASA's new Space Launch System rocket and Orion spacecraft. These space vehicles will take humans to the Moon and to Mars."

Find the links here!

Space Activities

Here are some links to fun space related activities that you can do with K-12 students. Many of them can be done very inexpensively, even for large groups of students!

Click here for a list of 50 fun activities! The cool thing about this site is that the activities are separated by the type of space education you are working on (i.e. solar system, constellations, etc.)

Click here for 10 more activities. This one is nice if you are just looking for something quickly (because you only have to look through 10 activities!)

NASA Kids' Club

Fun Games and Activities for kids! Click the rocket to go to the site.

NASA Kids Zone

Fun activities for kids!

NASA Middle Schoolers'

Fun information and activities for students in 5-8th grade.

NASA High Schoolers'

Information on space, student projects, and ways to get involved.

Looking for Idaho NASA Established Program to Stimulate Competitive Research? Please visit

www.idahonasaepscor.org

NASA Idaho Space Grant Consortium

875 Perimeter Drive, MS 1026

Moscow, ID 83844-1026

Email: isgc@uidaho.edu

Phone: (208) 885-4934

Fax: (208) 885-1399

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