Eyes on the solar system - an interactive 3D model of a NASA mission. Check out the cosmos, constellations, asteroids, and more!
Space Launch - Launch your rocket in 5 different missions, each one gets harder and harder!
Planet Size Comparison - Choose 2 planets to compare their sizes.
Stellarium A free open source planetarium for your computer. It shows a realistic sky in 3D, just like what you see with the naked eye, binoculars or a telescope.
Amazing Space Has a great collection of virtual tours and online simulations. Each simulation contains valuable lessons about an astronomy topic.
Space Voyage:Take a voyage into space as you move with the planets as they go around the sun.Found on Room 108 site
Celestia is a free space exploration simulation program. Students can zoom in on moons, stars, and planets. Found on Free Technology for Teachers
Google Sky offers great images of outer space captured by the Hubble Space Telescope and the Sloan Digital Sky Survey. Found on Free Technology for Teachers
NASA has an excellent interactive timeline tracing the history of astronomy and space exploration from the Greek philosophers through today.
NASA’s Be a Martian Here students can virtually explore and learn about the human-robotic partnership that makes virtual exploration possible.
“The Known Universe” video that, in the simplest of terms, is like a universe-sized Google Earth. It’s about seven minutes long and just kind of mind boggling in scope.
8 Wonders of the Solar System viewers explore the sites that future "space tourists" will want to view. - found on free technology for teachers blog
NASA Space Place is a sizable collection of fun projects, games, animations, and lessons about Earth, space, and technology - found on free technology for teachers blog
Solar Symphony Game. The Discovery Channel has come-up with just about the most creative way imaginable to help students remember the names of the planets in our solar system.
Planet Quest is a pretty amazing multimedia timeline of space exploration that begins at 500 B.C. In addition, it provides audio support for the text.
Nasa kids club - play this game about the solar system used in Mrs. Brown's class
Apollo 11. Students will explore the moon on this website and interact with the pictures by zooming in and out.
Kids astronomy - students will create their own solar system
ESA Kids has fabulous, kid friendly information about the Universe, Life in Space, Lift Off , Useful Space, and Earth,
The Space Place :: Home - come on in and check out our games, animations, projects, and fun facts about earth, space, and technology.
Shape It Up is an activity that would be good for use in an elementary school Earth Science lesson. The activity presents students with "before" and "after" images of a piece of Earth.- found on free technology for teachers blog
Moon challenge - interactive game about the phases of the moon. Click and drag the missing picture of the correct phase, and progress through all 3 levels.
Wechoosethemoon.org This site contains 11 stages of the mission that include photos, videos, and actual recordings from Mission Control.
Star child - Below you will find photographs of each of the eight Moon phases as well as the names and a brief description of each phase.
Moon phases - work on this e sheet which prints out the lunar phases according to this month and year.
Phases of the moon - interactive flash game that shows the moon's rotation and its phase at each rotation point.
Examine the moon - Click the image to see the animation. Use the movie controls to stop the movie on different phases.
Zoom astronomy- As the moon circles the Earth, the shape of the moon appears to change; this is because different amounts of the illuminated part of the moon are facing us.