Max Goes to the Moon: Grades K-5
“Max Goes to the Moon,” is designed for kindergarten through fifth grade students. The plot of the show is based on the award-winning book, “Max goes to the Moon.” Max, a real dog belonging to author and scriptwriter Jeff Bennett, helps communicate to children the story line of tangible preparations needed for going to the Moon. A nice touch is the idea that Max’s first lunar paw print will be preserved just like Armstrong’s first lunar footprint.
Astronaut: Grades 4-12
The exploration of space is the greatest endeavor that humankind has ever undertaken. What does it take to become an astronaut? Tour the human body and find out!
The Planets: Grades 4-12
Get up close to the planets of our Solar System, and meet some new exoplanets beyond.
Click here for an educator guide that lists Kentucky and Indiana Standards this show fulfills.
BIG: Grades 6-12
This program utilizes our Immersavision technology to explore the sizes of things within our universe and distances across our universe.
Kentucky Core Content Version 4.1 SC-06-2.3.1, SC-07-2.3.3, SC-HS-2.3.1, SC-HS-2.3.2
Indiana State Standards IN.6.1.7, IN.6.3.4, IN.7.3.1, IN.7.3.2, IN.6.3.1, IN.6.3.2, IN.6.3.3 ES.1.3, ES.1.5, ES.1.6, ES.1.7, ES.1.8
Oasis in Space: Grades 4-12
This program utilizes our Immersavision technology to explore the solar system in a search for water. It is followed by a live presentation of the current night sky and the constellations, planets, and other phenomena visible there.
Kentucky Core Content Version 4.1 SC-05-2.3.3, SC-05-2.3.5, SC-06-4.6.1, SC-07-2.3.1, SC-HS-2.3.5
Indiana State Standards IN 5.3.5, IN 5.3.7, IN 6.3.1, IN 6.3.4, IN 6.3.7, IN 6.3.8, IN 7.3.1, IN 7.3.2 ES.1.10, ES.1.11