Educator Resource Links
the best I could find for your classroom


 The Planetary Society is the largest space interest group in the world. Please visit our extensive online resource center or call
 800.969.6277 (US only) or 626.793.5100 to see how TPS can help you in the classroom!

 Astronomical Society of the Pacific Fostering the exchange of information between amateurs and professionals since 1889. Educators may
subscribe to Universe in the Classroom - a free teacher's newsletter which will enrich your curriculum!

 Boston Museum of Science One of the greatest science museums in the country - great teachers section.

 Challenger Center Online Educational activities, news and information focusing on our solar system, the Space Shuttle, International Space Station and space probes.

 Discovery School! Excellent resource - follow the 'Teacher's link! Lesson plans for a wealth of subjects! Excellent puzzle maker! Create word finds and puzzles and more!

 GeoVirgil a free map program to view NASA's PDS format! Explore Venus, Earth, our moon and Mars in amazing detail!

 Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics The Science Education Department (SED) at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics manages projects funded by the National Science Foundation and the Annenberg/CPB Math and Science Project, with additional support from the Smithsonian Institution and Harvard College Observatory. These projects seek to address the needs of teachers and students in elementary, secondary, and college science education through advanced technology, curricula and materials, teacher enhancement, and teacher networks.

 International Space University for future space leaders.

 Life in the Universe Educational Programs from the SETI Institute

 Mars Team Online for the K-12 classroom to interact with NASA experts involved in missions to Mars.

 NASA Connect  A wealth of curriculum and guides available, plus links to CORE and Spacelink, search NASA and more.

 NASA's Education Program Extensive site offering educational programs, materials and services.

 NSTA National Science Teachers Association

 Space Day  site for info on Space Day as well as activities and info to last the rest of the year through!

 Space Educators' Handbook A wealth of activities and archives by grade level.

 Space Kids Excellent site for kids, lots of info, fun and games.

 Space Place Spacey things for kids to do from NASA's Jet Propulsion Lab. Geared for primary to middle school levels.

 Star Child A learning center for young astronomers, connecting NASA and the K-12 classroom.

The Planetary Society Learning Center Tour the solar system, learn about propulsion, impact craters and more. Info and activities!

 U.S. Space Camp where kids grade 4 to 12 can be astronauts!

Kid's love dinosaurs!
Were they killed by an asteroid impact?
Few scientists now dispute the fact.
 The K-T Boundary from the National Museum of Natural History Paleobiology division.
 What are our chances of being hit again? NASA Ames Space Science Division accesses 'Asteroid and Comet Impact Hazards'.
 Shoemaker-Levy Impacts Jupiter From July 16 through July 22, 1994,  21 pieces of Comet Shoemaker-Levy 9 collided with Jupiter. First impact of its kind ever observed - and all the earth and space borne telescopes were watching - it was incredible!
 Two Guys Fossils Top supplier of museum quality fossils, reproductions, posters and models at reasonable prices. Gorgeous site!

  Gina's Page - Great Space Links
 Gina's Space Resources
Gina's Space Sing along Songs

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