Ricky Arnold plays with liquids on the ISS to explain surface tension!
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.
Learn how taste works and how living in space affects it.
Students learn about Text Structure and Text Features as they read articles about how astronauts take pictures of Earth from…
Investigate a chemical that helps to keep astronauts safe and comfortable during their long spacewalks
Use toys to teach STEM!
Assemble a puzzle quickly and correctly to understand the importance of dexterity and hand-eye coordination
Teach Newton's Laws of Motion to students in grades 3-8 by constructing and launching water rockets
Discover fun facts about the International Space Station and learn how to build your own space station module.
Do plants use some colors of light more than others in the processes of growing and making food?
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