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Astronomy References For Kids
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Featured Reference Links:
NASA's Kids Club! NASA's Kids Club!
NASA offers its own online Kid's Club! This site is designed to better help kids learn about astronomy through interactive activities and educational games. There is something for all ages!
Astronomy For Kids - KidsAstronomy.com Astronomy For Kids - KidsAstronomy.com
Explore the sky in interactively! Designed for kids, KidsAstronomy.com is a site that will help your students learn the stars in exciting and fun ways. Learn from some great references and even py
ESA Kids! - The European Space Agency ESA Kids! - The European Space Agency
The European Space Agency offers their own great kids section, ESA Kids! Learn about the universe, life in space, technology, earth, and much more, through pictures, references, and games.

Other Astronomy Reference Links For Kids:

Amazing Space
Amazing Space has a collection of web-based activities designed for classroom use, but made available for everyone to enjoy. There is even a section for with Teachers Tools with step-by-step activities.

Enchanted Learning - Astronomy
Enchanted Learning is an online site that provides many free references about astronomy with great diagrammed pictures. Learn more about the sun, the planets, the moon, comets, asteroids, and much more!


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