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In this activity, learners experiment with creating various types of bubble solutions and testing which ingredients form longer-lasting bubbles.
In this activity, learners make models representing bones on Earth and bones that have been in space. They discover what happens to bones without proper exercise and nutrition.
In this activity, learners simulate what happens to a human spine in space by making Sponge Spool Spines (alternating sponge pieces and spools threaded on a pipe cleaner).
In this activity about engineering, nutrition, and physical activity, learners design and build a healthy bone model of a space explorer which is strong enough to withstand increasing amounts of weigh
In this activity, learners experiment and collect data during a simulation of the fluid shifts experienced by astronauts' bodies in microgravity.
In this activity, learners will train to increase bone strength and to improve heart and other muscle endurance by performing jump training with a rope, both while stationary and moving.
In this activity, learners perform 20 arm curls with cans that simulate the weight of beans on Earth versus the weights of the same number of beans on the Moon and in space.
In this science/art activity, learners create an insignia or emblem for a planet exploration mission.
In this activity about humans and space travel (page 1 of PDF), learners compare and contrast the behavior of a water-filled plastic bag, both outside and inside of a container of water.
In this activity, learners will train to improve lung, heart, and other muscle endurance as they walk a progressive, measured distance.
In this activity, learners train to increase muscular strength and improve upper and lower body coordination by performing the “bear crawl” and the "crab walk.” Learners perform the exercises over tim
In this activity, learners will train to develop upper and lower body strength in their muscles and bones by performing body-weight squats and push-ups.
In this design challenge activity, learners build a shock-absorbing system that will protect two “astronauts” when they land.
In this activity, learners predict whether a ball on Earth or a ball on the Moon bounces higher when dropped and why.
In this activity, learners work in pairs to measure each other's ankles with lengths of string.
In this activity and game, learners will train to improve balance and spatial awareness by performing throwing and catching techniques on one foot.
In this activity, groups of four learners must complete a set of four manual tasks. The restrictions are that they must complete the tasks in a limited time while wearing garden or rubber gloves.
In this activity, learners design a scientific exploration mission to a planet or moon of their choice.