Peanuts and NASA:
A 50th Anniversary Celebration
Grades: Elementary (K-5)
Subject Area: STEM, Space Science, Engineering, Language Arts
Made Possible By: Peanuts Worldwide
This year marks the 50th anniversary of Apollo 10, the NASA mission that made Charlie Brown and Snoopy part of the U.S. space program when their names were used as call signs for the command and lunar landing modules. Now NASA and the Peanuts gang are teaming up again to help students explore the history of space flight and the amazing technologies NASA will use to land astronauts on Mars. With separate activity sets for grades K-2 and 3-5, this program is sure to boost your students’ STEM skills as they imagine themselves part of the Peanuts space corps!
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