Make Your Own Star Wheel

Have you ever noticed how the night sky looks different every single day? This is because we are constantly moving in space so our view changes.

A picture of a starry sky with question marks over the top

Make your own pinhole camera

All of the light we receive on Earth comes from the Sun.

A graphic showing light from the Sun passing through a box and projecting on to a sreen

Make a Sundial

A paper sundial lying on the grass

Count the Stars!

Have you ever wondered how many stars you can see in the night sky? Did you know that the number you can see depends on where you are?

The silhouette of 3 children looking up at a starry sky

Make Your Own Impact Crater

Impact craters are made when a space rock (called a meteorite or asteroid) hits a rocky planet or moon. The impact makes a round hole in the surface, called a crater.

Photo of the Barringer Meteor Crater in Arizona