Learn about ant communication and behavior, build ant habitats with simple materials, and compare observations with videos from the International Space Station.
Study caterpillars and butterflies in the classroom and compare your observations with a real ISS experiment!
Investigate the growth of crystals under different temperature conditions to better understand their growth and development
Print and fold these cute "minizines" and enjoy their simple, playful explanations of important topics in genetic research
In these activities, astronauts help students practice important life skills such as goal setting and teamwork!
Students learn about the extravehicular mobility unit (EMU), or spacesuit, and experience the water-cooling technology that helps maintain the astronaut's…
Simulate microgravity in the classroom so students can study the behavior of crystals, fluids, and plants. Students learn about gravity on Earth and in orbit.
Nickelodeon sent its iconic slime to the ISS where astronauts performed various demonstrations and captured it all on video!
Detailed teacher's guide from BioEd Online modeled after recent plant experiments on the ISS.
Introduces two of the three major components that go into every robot and how common robots really are
Detailed, well-researched information covering nutrition, exercise and other health considerations for space travel
Astronauts on the ISS drink water recycled from their own urine and sweat! It may sound gross, but it's cleaner…
Eight activities and tons of background about spacesuits and spacewalking, mostly from pre-ISS era.
Assemble a puzzle quickly and correctly to understand the importance of dexterity and hand-eye coordination
Discover fun facts about the International Space Station and learn how to build your own space station module.
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