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In this activity, learners create their own constellations and star patterns and write a short, descriptive story explaining the significance of their star pattern/constellation.
In this activity, learners analyze a fictionalized report of life on Mars, based on a real NASA satellite photo, and explore how to separate scientific fact from fiction.
In this collaborative storytelling activity, learners and caregivers develop a strong story about science and exploration.
In this activity, learners will explore what a constellation is and make their own.
Learners create an Incan counting device called a quipu (pronounced kee-poo).
In this activity, learners will exercise their imaginations and artistic skills. Appropriate for all ages, learners will create unique pieces to jumpstart storytelling sessions.
In this "game," learners explore and relate the evolution of stars to a Navajo creation story. The story is written on a series of cards, which are laid on a table as the story is told.
In this activity, learners listen to a story about a made-up endangered species--a flying frog! Learners print out six story pages and then draw the pictures and write the captions.
In this two-part activity, learners compare and contrast a variety of life cycles to better understand different organisms and how they develop.