Reader Reviews

Space for Kids

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NASA Quest — Space Team Online

February 21, 2000 -- From Lori Keith,a reader fromHouston, Texaswho is affiliated with the site

This site allows teachers & students to learn more about the shuttle & International Space Station programs by learning more about the people who work behind the scenes to make it all happen. NASA experts share bios and journals about their work, & have live chats with kids. There is a Q&A feature and the newest feature is live webcasts allowing real-time interaction via the Internet. Promotes math, science, history as it happens, social studies, reading, communication & cultural diversity. Easy to navigate.


NASA KIDS

November 18, 1999 -- From Judy Vukasin,a reader fromMONTANAwho is not affiliated with the site

We ran across this site while searching out the Leonids meteorshower. It presents information on 2 levels: K-8th, 9th-Adult. It is veryeye-appealing…fun for kids of all ages. There are really cool (whileeducational) interactive squares included in some articles. We also likedthe graphics and the “Buzzwords”, (vocabulary).