The Planetary Science Institute offers a guide to
impact craters (disponible en Espanol tambien), short summaries on special
topics in planetary science, ideas for ways to partake in citizen science, and links to other educational
NASA for Kids Games, crafts, activities, ideas for virtual learning and more
The NASA website is a good place to follow the dozen or so space missions, engage in STEM education, learn about the benefits of space science to us all, and more.
Ready to Observe? This is part of NASA's Night Sky Network, and can be useful for teachers and anyone new to stargazing.
NASA also offers Apps, Podcasts, E-Books, Audio, Ringtones and more on its Downloads page.
STEM in 30 from the Smithsonian Air and Space Museum is an Emmy-nominated program for middle school students. Tune in every month for new episodes followed by a live chat, or watch their existing episodes.
National Center for Interactive Learning is a great resource for educators, librarians, curators, etc.
Indigenous peoples' traditions: The radio show Science Friday presented Relearning the Star Stories of Indigenous Peoples (Be sure to check out the related item on STEM education among first nations.)
Native Skywatchers has been leading Indigenous astronomy revitalization efforts for over 14 years. Their educational workshops and projects combine Indigenous and Western knowledge.
Crash Course Astronomy: Engaging, fast paced introduction to astronomy series on YouTube
Our Astronomy Resources page has lots of other ideas for observing clubs, astronomy education, observing tips, and science projects.
The International Dark-Sky Association has materials for educators.