The Space Foundation provides links and activities that are fun, safe and educational for kids. We encourage parents to explore this site with their children to get them excited about space, science, and school.
Space Activities for Students
This coloring book takes you from lift off to touch down of the space shuttle. Click on the PDF link below to download the coloring book and print it out!
Comets that you see shooting across the night sky are actually big balls of ice! You can make a model comet to eat and learn about all of the comet parts while doing it!
The directions below help you create a one of a kind alien. All you need is some paper, dice, and some coloring supplies. Let your imagination go WILD. Print out the PDF below for all the directions!
If you like space, building models, and sweet foods, this is the perfect project for you! Feel free to get creative and replace the supplies we recommend with some of your favorite sweets.
Visit http://marsprogram.jpl.nasa.gov/msl/ for more information about the Mars Science Lab!
All you need is some Jell-o, your imagination, and a few hours to make this wiggly treat!
Use the basic directions and add as much fun extra craft material as you can to make a really great alien!