Christopher.Mick last edited by
For the celebration of the 50th Anniversary of the Apollo 11 landing.
At the Wings Over the Rockies Air & Space Museum
In July 2019. They have assembled a great panel of speakers and screenings. All the info in the link.
Jeanine.Gelhaus last edited by
I was excited to see this.
I have been asked by our local library to bring some "space" activities to their SCIENCE STEM NIGHT in May. I would like have some of my kids focus on the Apollo Anniversary. I really don't have ANYTHING that I feel would help "draw" people to that booth. Do you have any ideas where we might be able to get some free posters or ??? that we could use that night? ALSO... what sorts of activities do you do that could be of interest to kids that are about 5 to13? They library will buy the supplies. In the past we really focused more on other science areas like "chemical reactions" that the kids want to see. I'm open for suggestions!
Randi.Neff last edited by
@Jeanine-Gelhaus - here's a resource for activities about the moon: https://www.lpi.usra.edu/education/explore/marvelMoon/
Jeanine.Gelhaus last edited by Jeanine.Gelhaus
Thanks for sharing that resource, Randi! I will def. be reading about all of this and am sure I will find some great additions for our STEM-SPACE event at the library! SO appreciated.