Monthly Archives: August 2012

Meteor Math Problems for Kids, from Bedtime Math

I know I recently posted a link to Bedtime Math for their Curiosity Rover-related math problems, but now they’ve got a meteor shower one! Awesome! Too bad the meteors weren’t awesome for me at the Perseid peak–I had clouds again.

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Planetarium vs. the Night Sky with Toddlers

One thing I learned on my recent road trip was that I need to get my kids out to look at the real night sky more. Since they’re only 19 months and soon-to-be-3, getting them out to look at the … Continue reading

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Meteor Activity Page for Kids

I already posted this page in my Perseid 2012 post, but I’m reposting this PDF Activity Page here so it is easy to find. Meteor Activity Page

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Bedtime Math and Curiosity

Do you read bedtime stories with your children? How about a bedtime math problem? Bedtime Math is a site that promotes giving children a bedtime math problem to solve. Every day they post a new problem, and you can get … Continue reading

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Perseid Meteor Shower 2012

I’ve been working on meteor content for the planetarium, so I’ve completely missed posting about Mars and the Curiosity landing tonight, but you’re probably getting that news elsewhere (I hope.) Anyway, August is a great time to view meteors for … Continue reading

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