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NASA adds to kids’ websites
NASA’s websites www.science.nasa.gov/kids and www.spaceplace.nasa.gov have combined to provide several new Web features with interactive graphic design and easy, versatile navigation. The new site includes the extensive and rich science and technology content of the “old” Space Place with more than 50 NASA science missions enriched with content from science.nasa.gov/kids.
These sites offer the best of NASA material for elementary school students.
The site includes more than 300 separate modules available in English and Spanish. Modules are sorted into menus for Space, Earth, Sun, Solar System, People and Technology, and Parents and Teachers.
Visitors can filter the menus on subject or type of activity -- game, hands-on project, or exploration -- and use the search field to produce customized menus. All pages are printer friendly.
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