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Posted on February 7th, 2013

Free For All – NASA Kids’ Club

Join Buzz Lightyear in learning more about the International Space Station and the Space Shuttle Discovery. (Photo Credit: NASA)

Whether you have kids or you are a kid at heart, NASA has just the website for you. With games for every skill level, kids can explore Mars, blast off rockets with addition, use clues to find NASA spinoffs and explore the solar system.

After returning to Earth on the Space Shuttle Discovery, Buzz Lightyear needs help loading the space shuttle, finding the correct gear, exploring microgravity and attaching modules to and assembling the International Space Station. You can even get a tour of NASA from Elmo!

You can discover NASA Kids’ Club here.

Katie Nelson
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