o The Frog Blog: ESA Kids Website

Thursday, 9 December 2010

ESA Kids Website


The European Space Agency (ESA) has an excellent website directly aiming at kids of all ages (even big kids). The website contains a massive variety of content from interesting articles, videos, activities (like model building toolkits), a kid's art gallery, games, colouring books and more. Of course there is also loads of easy to use factual content including a section on "our universe", "life in space", "lift - off" (which looks at ESA's missions, launchers and mission control centre), "Earth" and a section called "useful space" which looks at how studying space helps us in our everyday lives (weather forecasting, mobile phones, GPS etc). All in all, this easy to use website allows anyone learn more about space, space exploration and the work of ESA. Bookmark it now! Click here to visit ESA Kids. To visit the main ESA website click here or here to visit the ESA Education Resource Website.

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