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Space - BBC

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4 to 12
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Take an interactive 3-D tour of the solar system or the International Space Station, investigate the latest images from Mars, or use amazing images of auroras, galaxies, meteor showers,...more
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Take an interactive 3-D tour of the solar system or the International Space Station, investigate the latest images from Mars, or use amazing images of auroras, galaxies, meteor showers, and other phenomena to enrich an astronomy unit. Click the Collection tab on the top menu bar to find more. This highly animated site explores a wealth of space-related topics from the past, present, and future. Games and quizzes for fun and learning are also provided.

tag(s): solar system (125), space (233)

In the Classroom

Include this site with your other bookmarks for images and space-related content. Use Symbaloo, reviewed here, to share all of your space bookmarks in one easy to find location. As students learn about different star formations, engage and enhance their learning by inviting them to create infographics using Canva Infographic Maker, reviewed here, to describe and share facts about their research. As a final project, have students extend their learning by including their infographic in a multimedia presentation as an alternative to a typical research paper. Adobe Spark for Education, reviewed here, offers tools for creating web pages that include videos, photos, and slide presentations.

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