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NEW! SPACE MISSION EXPERIENCE WEBINAR (GRADES 6-12): Interview with an Astronaut Dr. Sandra Magnus and GSOSW’s very own Girl Scout Erin! Watch now!
NEW! SPACE MISSION EXPERIENCE WEBINAR (GRADES K-5): Interview with an Astronaut Captain Wendy Lawrence and Girl Scout Katelyn. Watch now!
NEW! SPACE EXPLORATION: MARS TO THE STARS FOR GRADES 6-12: Join experts for an overview of the 2020 Mars mission and the stars beyond. Click the link and fill out the necessary information to view a recording from the live virtual event. Get started!
NEW! SPACE EXPLORATION: MARS TO THE STARS FOR GRADES K-5: Join experts for an overview of the 2020 Mars mission and the stars beyond. Click the link and fill out the necessary information to view a recording from the live virtual event. Get started!
NEW! THE GREAT SPACE CHALLENGE: Do you love looking at the stars and exploring the world around you? From July 10 to August 31, 2020, you can participate in the Great Space Challenge. All you need to do is observe and learn about the night sky in the great outdoors or from the comfort of your homes—telescopes aren’t necessary, just curiosity! Get started!
HOW TO MAKE A SOLAR OVEN: Looking for a new way to cook your s'mores? You can convert the sun's energy into heat in a solar oven to make the perfect s'more! Learn how today!
LIGHT SPINNER - THE NEWTON DISC: Explore the properties of white light by creating your very own color spinner, called a Newton Disc! This fun activity will help complete Step One of the Cadette Space Science Researcher badge. Get started!
OBSERVING AND INVESTIGATING THE MOON: Learn about the phases of the moon with our STEM Specialist Shannon Joseph! Model moon phases and prepare to observe the moon with two fun activities from the Daisy and Brownie Space Science badges. Download the "Modeling the Moon Phases" activity, and instructions for making your own Moon Journal.
PI DAY: While Pi Day (March 14) has passed, the activities can be done any time! Have fun learning about the fascinating and important mathematical ratio Pi. Check out the Pi Day activity booklet.
GIRLS GET STEM: Unleash your inner citizen scientist! Explore family STEM activities, check out educational videos and companion curriculum, and take a virtual field trip. Learn more and get started.
NINE SUPER-EASY WAYS TO EXPLORE STEM: There are super-simple ways you can find “teachable moments” in your day-to-day life. Whether your girl is in grade school, middle school, or high school, she can have fun and learn about STEM at the same time—with your help! Get started.
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