Space for kids picks out the best Space activities and ideas to get you inspired.
Find free games, take your own photos using a remote telescope, build a homeschool probe, watch Brian Cox, and see how amazing the Universe really is.
I've checked with the Astro-Physics Department of Liverpool University, and if you are a home educator in the UK you can use a remote telescope based in the Canaries to take your own images of the Planets, Moon, galaxies etc.
It's a fantastic resource called the Liverpool Telescope run by the schools observatory which William and I enjoy using. Put your own address and contact details and enter 'Other' where it says 'School Category.'
This is one of my son William's favorites!
There's some great sets to enjoy.
All About Space is a monthly magazine which William and I think is really great.
This link isn't an affiliate link which means I get nothing for suggesting this magazine, but like all the recommendations on my homeschool website I choose what I suggest not for money but because I hope they'll be useful.
If you're looking for a way to make space for kids interesting and keep up with all the latest discoveries - this is it!
I read this book on holiday camping with the stars shining above the
tent! A book to inspire Space for kids by one of the best presenters
Looking at Space pictures is the way to really get kids amazed by the Universe. Here's a couple of great sites:
Download, print and make your own planetary globes for free! This Science Center working with NASA let's you make your own, including Jupiter and Mars...