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Space Place in a Snap

Space Place in a Snap! Short animations providing quick narrated explanations of some of the most interesting science questions through a guided tour of an infographic. Download a poster of the infographic after you watch the animation.

Space Place en Español: Loopy Legends
Our popular mad-libs-style activity, "Loopy Legends," is available in both English and Spanish. Kids get to create their own adventures in this Web activity.

Spotlight on a Solar Mystery
Learn more about our Sun's amazing mysteries.

For the Classroom
Space Place's moon habitat activity provides a hands-on learning through the construction of a moon living quarters.

For Out-of-School Time
Use a Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite - R Series weather satellite to detect the first signs of any crazy solar weather and warn other satellites to protect themselves before it is too late.

NASA's Educator Resources

The home page for educator resources and development opportunities.

Digital Learning Network Website

NASA's DLN offers interactive, standards-based (i.e. Common Core State Standards, Next Generation Science Standards) educational web-conferences on a number of subjects that add a unique, NASA-authentic experience to your classroom.

STEM on Station

Science, technology, engineering, and math conducted on the International Space Station (ISS).

Nebraska Eclipse 2017 Science

NASA Nebraska Space Grant's home for the Great Solar Eclipse across Nebraska in 2017.

Silicon Prairie Initiative on Robotics in Information Technology (SPIRIT)

Using CEENBoT and TekBot Robots, tools, and resources in the K-12 classroom.

Glacier Creek Field Investigations

Engaging students in STEM disciplines (science, technology, mathematics, and engineering), while using technology as a tool for conducting science and mathematics investigations through the Glacier Creek Preserve.

College of St. Mary Elementary Science Outreach Program

Science lessons prepared and delivered directly to your classroom by CSM students.