It's Space Exploration Day! 5 resources for kids who love all things outer space
Today is Space Exploration Day and we've compiled a list of some of our favorite space-related resources. From astronauts and planets to the moon and STEM engagement, these sites can help kids explore the great beyond:
1. NASA Kids Club
Read about NASA's missions, watch ultra high-def videos, explore STEM resources by grade level, download apps, listen to podcasts and much more!
2. Engineer Girl
This nonprofit organization's site aims to bring national attention to the exciting opportunities that engineering represent for girls and women. There are interviews with (female) NASA scientists, articles about space technology, events and activities, and more!
3. Hubble Site
Learn about new Hubble Telescope discoveries, view photographs of stars and galaxies, and found out facts about the remarkable telescope.
4. Jet Propulsion Laboratory
This NASA site has videos, games, and projects about outer space, the solar system and space exploration.
5. Space Scoop
With the tagline, "Bringing news from across the universe to kids all around the world," this website covers everything from comets and astroids to star-forming nebulae and black holes.