New Programs



Earth, Moon, & Sun




Moons: Worlds of Mystery



SEEING!

Middle School Programs

OH science standards and other supplemental materials are included with shows where applicable.

 

All programs include a live star and constellation indentification unless stated otherwise.

 

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Program Title

Suggested
Grade Level

Broad Topics

About Science

5

Earth & space
gravity, mass, matter

Back to the Moon for Good 5 - 12, adults

Lunar X Prize,
modern space exploration

Bad Astronomy: Myths & Misconceptions

5 - 12, adults

misconceptions in science, conspiracy theories, scientific thinking

Big 6 - 12

distances, measurements, speed of light

Black Holes: The Other Side of Infinity 8-12, adults

star birth and death, galaxies, supermassive black holes

Case of the Disappearing Planet 3 - 6

History of the word "planet", dwarf planets, solar system, Pluto, New Horizons

Cosmic Colors 5 - 9

color, light, EM spectrum

Dynamic Earth 7 - 12, adults

7th grade NGSS, global climate changes

*NEW* Earth, Moon, & Sun 1 - 6

Earth science, misconceptions, myths & science

Firefall 5 - 12, adults

comets, asteroids, Earth's surface

Flight Adventures 3 - 6

history of & science behind flight

Footsteps 5 - 12, adults

history of space technology

Legends of the Night Sky: Orion K - 8, families

Greek myths, constellations

Legends of the Night Sky:
Perseus & Andromeda

K - 8, families

Greek myths, constellations

*NEW* Let it Snow (December) K - 12, families

music, holiday, lights

*NEW* Moons: Worlds of Mystery 6 - 12, adults

moons, solar system

Natural Selection 7 - 12, adults Biology, Evolution, Charles Darwin
The Nature of Science 5 - 12, adults

demystifying science

Nite-LITE (October) 3 - 12, families

music, holiday, lights

Oasis in Space 5 - 12, adults

solar system tour

*NEW* SEEING! 7 - 12, adults

optics, light, astronomical distances

Sizing Up Space 5 - 8

conceptualizing astronomical distances

STARS 5 - 12, adults

types of stars, history of Astronomy

Two Small Pieces of Glass 5 - 12, adults

telescopes

What Are Constellations? 5 - 12, adults

history of constellations

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