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Online Workshop Recording: From small steps to giant leaps – experiences adapting the Moon Adventure Game for use in camps, with young audiences, and for all humankind!

Online professional development workshop recording about how multiple partners are using the Moon Adventure Game to engage audiences (2021).
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Online Workshop Recording: The Science behind the 2020 Explore Science: Earth and Space Toolkit B – Surviving in Space

Online professional development workshop recording (2020).
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Online Workshop Recording: Moon Adventure Game - An introduction to a new challenge-based game for science and children's museums

Online professional development workshop recording focused on the Moon Adventure Game.
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Moon Adventure Game logos

Promotional materials for Moon Adventure Game including logos in multiple formats.
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Moon Adventure Game Digital Kit

In this collaborative game, players will work together to solve a series of challenges grounded in real science about living and doing research on the Moon.
Young learner places blocks in scale while facilitator watches

Exploring Science Practices: Measure Up

In this activity, young learners and caregivers use measuring tools to investigate foundational scientific concepts like distance, mass, and volume. Try this with a toddler or preschooler!
Facilitator and Learner use a block with a rover image to transport astronauts

Exploring the Solar System: Story Blocks

Every space mission has a story. In this activity, learners use blocks to tell a creative story about planning a space mission to explore the Moon together.
Learner looking at plushie model of the Moon

Exploring the Solar System: Moonquakes

In this activity, learners make a quake by shaking spring toys and standing at various distances to discover how distance can change the impact of a quake.
The near side of the Moon, as seen by the cameras aboard NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter spacecraft (NASA/GSFC/Arizona State University, 2017)

Exploring the Solar System: Observe the Moon

In this activity, we can look up from Earth and see the Moon with our own eyes. We can observe the Moon in even greater detail by using tools, like binoculars, telescopes, and NASA spacecraft.
Representative Image for Apollo 11 50th Video

Remembering the Apollo 11 Moon Landing – 50th Anniversary Event Celebrations

Short video highlights of Apollo 11 50th anniversary events.


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