If you’re looking for terrific cross-curricular activities and/or at-home activities and resources to engage all ages of learners, you can’t go wrong with these resources from NASA. From live feeds of launches and spacewalks to astronauts from the International Space Station reading children’s books, there are a plethora of resources for teachers, parents, and students!

Check out these resources below and let us know what are your favorites!!

NASA Stem Engagement is a program of NASA to provide at-home and education learning opportunities for K-12 youth

NASA STEM Engagement

This site is a great place to start to look for NASA-activities for school or at-home. NASA STEM Engagement strives to increase K-12 involvement in NASA projects, enhance higher education, support underrepresented communities, strengthen online education, and boost NASA’s contribution to informal education.

Whether you’re a school teacher, informal educator, parent, or student, NASA STEM Engagement has categorized all their engaging resources on one visually-appealing page.

For more specific programs on the NASA STEM Engagement page, be sure to check out NASA at Home or NASA Science at Home.

Women at NASA is a NASA program to highlight the achievements and contributions to space exploration by women.Women at NASA

Space exploration wouldn’t be where it’s at today without the amazing contributions of women like Mae Jemison, Sally Ride, Grace Hopper, and many others. You can learn more about female space heroes by checking out NASA’s Reaching Out to the Stars virtual reality app. Women continue to make history at NASA every day. Visit the links above to celebrate the women of NASA’s past and future as they continue to drive innovation and push the envelope!

 

NASA Artemis is NASA's mission to land once again on the moon in 2024.NASA Artemis – Humanity Return to the Moon

NASA’s website says about Artemis:

“With the Artemis program, NASA will land the first woman and next man on the Moon by 2024, using innovative technologies to explore more of the lunar surface than ever before. We will collaborate with our commercial and international partners and establish sustainable exploration by the end of the decade. Then, we will use what we learn on and around the Moon to take the next giant leap – sending astronauts to Mars.”

For the “Artemis Generation,” there are a host of activities related to the upcoming Artemis mission. These include student challenges, 10 ways to join Artemis, and much more. Through these activities, both teachers and students have the unique opportunity to team up with NASA to create a future in space!

 NASA Home and City is a program for people to trace space research back to everyday life in their homes and communityDiscover How NASA’s with You in Your Everyday Life

Have you ever wondered how space exploration and research impact your daily life? NASA Home & City is an interactive way to learn about NASA spinoff technologies that impact you. A spinoff is a commercial product that applies NASA technology originally developed for exploring space. The website includes about 130 spinoffs to explore through a virtual space that you would see in your home or city.

 

This photo displays an astronaut on a spacewalk and highlights all the ways people connect with NASAStay Connected with NASA

Want to connect with NASA and get daily updates on their events, live shows, contests, challenges, and programs? Check out the links below to stay connected.

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