A great way to keep children busy and learning when stuck indoors.
Over the years, we’ve gotten a lot of questions about planets, comets, asteroids, stars, galaxies, black holes and more, often from kids and sometimes from kids-at-heart. Inside SpaceKids on SPACE.com, you’ll find some great big questions and very simple, straightforward answers about everything from the moon to Mars and beyond into our Milky Galaxy and the universe itself.
With most of us cooped up at home due to the coronavirus pandemic, we've rounded up some educational courses from MasterClass and The Great Courses to dive in-depth into space topics.
The animated TV series "Space Racers" has shared educational content for students during school closures amid the coronavirus outbreak.
As with any major human exploration, there will be a number of obstacles to overcome when we send people to Mars.
Lego Education is launching a new line to teach engineering and robotics concepts to kids in a celebration of sorts for the STEAM-focused toy division's 40th anniversary.
Kids can explore the world of astronomy, the human body, chemistry and more with a Kids Fire Tablet or an iPad on sale now.
Snoopy's ongoing space adventures with NASA have launched the comic-strip beagle into a new frontier — streaming video.
Mercury will fly across the sun (from Earth's perspective) on Monday, and NASA has a whole lot of kids' materials ready for the occasion.
A Dutch nonprofit wants to give children around the world a taste of the "overview effect," or the view of Earth from outer space, through virtual reality.
NASA has shared a trio of templates so you can carve your very own James Webb Space Telescope-themed pumpkin this Halloween.
Mattel revealed its Barbie Inspiring Women Series Sally Ride doll, modeled after the late NASA astronaut who was the first U.S. woman and youngest American to launch into space.
Sponsored Space is a perfect way to introduce kids to the wonders of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM), especially when they can pretend to be Martian astronauts in their spare time.
PBS KIDS is celebrating this summer's Apollo 11 anniversary today (June 17) with a special program "Ready Jet Go!: One Small Step," which celebrates and explores the lunar landing.
A new collaboration with The Planetary Society is making space exploration the stuff of child's play.
The rock band OK Go and their partners are inviting students ages 11-18 to brainstorm their most creative ideas to send into space.