Kid Zone


  • Abducktion

    [Gr. 4+] This game uses gravity. Since all the planets in our Solar System (and our Moon) are different sizes, they have different kinds of gravity.  You would be really, really light on the Moon and really, really heavy on Jupiter. Your job is to save the ducks!

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  • new! Moon Olympics

    [Gr. 4+] What would the different sports look like on the moon? Can you predict what will happen?

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  • new! NASA’s Eyes

    [Gr. 6+] Check out these Apps and computer applications that allow you to learn about your home planet, our solar system and the universe beyond – as well as the spacecraft exploring them!

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  • new! Paper Space Models

    [Gr. 4+] Right now, as you are reading this, there are a bunch of super tough robots exploring our solar system. You can build paper versions of many of them right here on Earth. Get some friends together and build yourself a ship to start your space fleet and explore the solar system!

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  • new! Planetary Rescue Squad

    [Gr. 5+] Your mission is to provide spare parts to space colonists. You travel to ten different locations. Can you change the force and angle of the throw to account for the changing effects of gravity at these new locations?

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  • new! Pluto’s Secret

    [Gr. 4+] Why is Pluto no longer considered a planet? Explore the solar system with Nat, Geo and their monkey sidekick Gordo to find out! You’ll jump, adjust gravity and navigate your way through space until you find the answer.

    Don’t forget to scroll down and check out the ‘Dive Deep’ section – you’ll learn tons about space!

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  • new! Solar System

    [Gr. 4+] Take a look and move around through our solar system.

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  • new! Space Puzzles

    [Gr. 4+] Choose your difficulty level and piece together stunning images of space taken by NASA!

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  • Your Weight On Other Worlds

    [Gr. 4+] Did you ever wonder what you might weigh on Mars or The Moon? Here’s your chance to find out! Also, learn about the difference between weight and mass, as well as the relationship between mass, gravity and distance.


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