This section is referenced from Space Links at http://spacelink.nasa.gov/Instructional.Materials/Curriculum.Support/Mathematics/.index.html

- Aeronautics - Try these activities with students in grades 2-4. The three chapters are (1)Air, (2)Flight, and (3)We Can Fly, You and I. They are designed to be fun and simple and have been tested in countless homes, classrooms and teacher workshops.
- Amateur Radio in Space - This educator's guide contains background information on the Space Amateur Radio EXperiment (SAREX) designed to facilitate communication between astronauts in orbit with students on the ground. Hands-on activities in this guide explore concepts related to amateur radio in the areas of science, mathematics, and technology.
- Bioreactor-Growing Cells in a Microgravity Environment - This NASA educational brief has instructions for building a classroom bioreactor. Experiments for grades 9-12 are included.
- Exploring Earth From Space - This NASA educational lithograph set includes an educator guide and pictures of Earth taken from space as part of the NASA EarthKAM program. This incredible resource will enhance studies of science, mathematics, technology, and geography.
- Exploring Meteorite Mysteries - The study of meteorites provides a unifying theme that links almost every aspect of Earth and planetary science with mathematics, physics, chemistry and even biology. This educator guide provides information and activities related to meteorites and their origins, whether it be Mars, asteroids, or the moon.
- Exploring the Extreme - The F-15 ACTIVE, an aircraft used by NASA to explore the extreme limits of aerospace technology, is featured in this NASA Educational poster. The poster also contains activities for measuring the angles of wings and tails of different aircraft.
- Exploring the Extreme Guide - This NASA educator guide presents the basic science of aeronautics by emphasizing hands-on involvement, prediction, data collections and interpretation, teamwork, and problem solving.
- Fall Into Mathematics - This NASA educational poster features Galileo Galilei, Isaac Newton, and Albert Einstein. There are three "Try This" problems and information about Microgravity Research and Research Platforms.
- How High Is It - Activities in this NASA educator guide can be used to help students better visualize where satellites, spacecraft, aircraft and other NASA vehicles orbit or operate with respect to the layers of the atmosphere.
- Innovation Through Engineering - This NASA educational poster contains metric activities associated with the Wright Brothers' flight experiments. Activities include constructing and testing a sled kite, and analyzing and interpreting data from flight tests.
- Bioreactor-Growing Cells in a Microgravity Environment - This NASA educational brief has instructions for building a classroom bioreactor. Experiments for grades 9-12 are included.
- Exploring Earth From Space - This NASA educational lithograph set includes an educator guide and pictures of Earth taken from space as part of the NASA EarthKAM program. This incredible resource will enhance studies of science, mathematics, technology, and geography.
- Exploring Meteorite Mysteries - The study of meteorites provides a unifying theme that links almost every aspect of Earth and planetary science with mathematics, physics, chemistry and even biology. This educator guide provides information and activities related to meteorites and their origins, whether it be Mars, asteroids, or the moon.
- Exploring the Extreme - The F-15 ACTIVE, an aircraft used by NASA to explore the extreme limits of aerospace technology, is featured in this NASA Educational poster. The poster also contains activities for measuring the angles of wings and tails of different aircraft.
- Exploring the Extreme Guide - This NASA educator guide presents the basic science of aeronautics by emphasizing hands-on involvement, prediction, data collections and interpretation, teamwork, and problem solving. The poster to accompany this guide is available from this web page.
- Fall Into Mathematics - This NASA educational poster features Galileo Galilei, Isaac Newton, and Albert Einstein. There are three "Try This" problems and information about Microgravity Research and Research Platforms.
- How High Is It - Activities in this NASA educator guide can be used to help students better visualize where satellites, spacecraft, aircraft and other NASA vehicles orbit or operate with respect to the layers of the atmosphere.
- Innovation Through Engineering - This NASA educational poster contains metric activities associated with the Wright Brothers' flight experiments. Activities include constructing and testing a sled kite, and analyzing and interpreting data from flight tests.
- Mathematics of Microgravity - This publication identifies the underlying mathematics and physics principles that apply to microgravity.
- Mathematics of Space - This video resource guide contains background material and classroom activities related to the basic mathematical operations of spacecraft rendezvous in Earth orbit. The videotape to accompany this guide may be ordered from CORE at the link below.
- Microgravity-Earth and Space - This NASA educator guide contains general information about microgravity, classroom activities, and student worksheets. The activities are meant to be done by project teams and are grouped by grade levels 3-5, 6-8, and 9-12.
- Microgravity-Fall Into Mathematics - The great minds of microgravity, Galileo, Newton, and Einstein, are the subjects of this NASA Educational Brief. Challenge your students with three "Try This" problems. The brief concludes with descriptions of four types of microgravity platforms.
- Mission Mathematics - Mission Mathematics: Linking Aerospace and the NCTM Standards is a collaborative project of NASA and the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM).
- NASA CONNECT - NASA CONNECT is an annual series of FREE intergrated mathematics, science, and technology instructional distance learning programs for students in grades 6-8. This flier has descriptions of this year's titles and how to access the resources related to each broadcast.
- NASA SCIence Files - The NASA SCIence Files, formerly known as NASA Why Files, is a series of Free instructional programs for students in grades 3-5. This flier includes the titles for this year's programs and information about accessing resources for each broadcast.
- Optics - This NASA educator's guide contains activities for grades K-12 in Science and Math. It has color and light activities using lenses, prisms, hidden messages, periscopes, and kaleidoscopes.
- Rockets - In this area you will find a Teacher's Guide for Rocketry. Learn about the history, scientific principles and mathematics of Rockets through exciting problem-solving and cooperative learning activities.
- Science in a Box - Students can construct a classroom model of the Space Shuttle Middeck Microgravity Glovebox from directions in this NASA educator guide. The glovebox activity and others in the guide are designed for grades 9-12.
- Space Food and Nutrition - This NASA educator guide contains menus for astronauts from Project Mercury to the International Space Station. The guide also includes space food preparation, types of space food, nutrition guidelines and classroom activities.
- Taking the Measure of the Universe - This NASA poster and its activities are related to NASA's Space Interferometry Mission (SIM). The content is geared for students in grades 6-12 and is designed to make the use of measurement and computation in mathematics visible to students.
- The New Face of Space - This educator guide supports a Special Edition-World Space Congress 2002 educational videotape from NASA CONNECT. The guide contains a unique, competitive mathematics game designed to improve critical thinking skills. Additional game sheets and the videotape may be obtained through resources listed on this web page.
- Who Added the Micro to Gravity - This educator guide supports a NASA CONNECT educational videotape. In the activities students will determine the acceleration due to gravity by collecting, organizing, graphing and analyzing data. The videotape may be obtained through resources listed on this web page.
- Wireless Drop Tower for Microgravity Demonstrations - This NASA educational brief for grades 9-12 provides assembly instructions for a mini drop tower. The drop tower holds demonstration payloads, such as a postage scale, a birthday candle or an oil-drop toy.
- X Gliders - This NASA Educational Brief provides hands-on activities for constructing and testing basic wing/tail/canard configurations.
- X1 Paper Glider Kit - This NASA Educational Brief, featuring the X-1, investigates the basics of flight with a paper model of the first supersonic aircraft.

- Central Operation of Resources for Educators (CORE) - Is a worldwide distribution center for NASA's multimedia educational materials. For a minimal fee, CORE will provide educators unable to visit one of the NASA Educator Resource Centers with materials through its mail order service.
- NASA KSNN-Kids Science News Network - KSNN consists of one-minute newsbreaks that feature kids teaching mathematics, science, technology, and facts about NASA to other kids in an entertaining and instructional format. Also available are activities, a glossary, quizzes and resources for each topic. Designed for elementary-aged students.
- NASAexplores - This NASA website provides weekly lesson plans for Grades K-4, 5-8, and 9-12. Topics will be selected from current NASA Aerospace Technology and Human Exploration of Space topics. A great site for enriching existing curriculum.
- Units of Measure - Do you know the difference between a Giga, a Mega, and a Newton? This glossary from JPL's Basics of Spaceflight gives definitions and abbreviations for units of measure.
- The Metric Converter - Use this on-line converter to change those feet to centimeters and pounds to kilograms. Quick and easy to use!
- The Space Place Teacher's Page - The following classroom activity articles were developed by The Space Place staff at JPL. Most of the activities can be adapted for grades 4-8. Some may also be of interest to grades 9-12.
- The NASA SCIence Files - The NASA SCIence Files Series is a standards-based, technology focused, closed-captioned, distance learning initiative designed to integrate and enhance the teaching of math, science, and technology in grades 3-5. Re-broadcasts of the series can be found on the NASA TV education schedule.
- NASA CONNECT - is a series of interactive, 30-minute, instructional programs for students in grades 6-8. NASA CONNECT establishes the "connection" between the mathematics, science, and technology concepts taught in the classroom and NASA research. Visit CONNECT's website for registration information and how to obtain the teacher materials associated with each broadcast. The Library of Shows area features past broadcasts for grades K-8. Re-broadcasts of the series can be found on the NASA TV education schedule.
- International Space Station Challenge - This website offers problem-solving activities based on authentic engineering and technology challenges related to the design, construction and maintenance of the International Space Station (ISS). Students are encouraged to work in teams to complete model-building, ISS tracking, life science research and simulation analysis, and develop emergency escape design challenges.
- Design Your Own Airplane - By choosing different wings, tails, engines, and fuselage layouts from the categories in the boxes at the top of the page, you can put together a complete airplane design of your own and see if it will fly.
- National Standards for School Mathematics - This will take you to the website for Principles and Standards for School Mathematics.
- Earth to Orbit - Engineering Design Challenges from Earth to Orbit (ETO) connect students with the work of NASA engineers by engaging them in challenges related to real design problems. The challenges are described in teacher guides and designed for students in grades 6-9. Visit the website to learn more about the activities.
- What is the "Secret Code" used by Voyager spacecraft? - The language we use to talk to machines is called binary notation. "Bi-" means two. Binary notation uses only two digits: 0 1 Engineers and computer scientists then convert this binary code to hexadecimal, or "hex." Follow this easy to understand explanation of binary and hexadecimal codes from The Space Place.
- Mathematics Explorations I - This Project emerged from a desire to create exciting mathematics classroom materials based on NASA space activities. The materials span the two-year college mathematics curriculum (prealgebra - calculus) and incorporate Mathematics Reform recommendations. The project was supported by NASA and in cooperation with various educational organizations and institutions.
- From Stargazers to Starships - "From Stargazers to Starships" is meant as an introduction to space, both for the inquisitive non-scientist and for students and teachers. The material, which is at the high-school level, contains a considerable amount of history and Astronomy of the Earth's motion in space. The site also contains a refresher of some basic ideas in algebra and trigonometry.
- Basics of Space Flight Learners' Workbook - Basics of Space Flight is a down-to-Earth workbook on an out-of-this-world subject. As a participant, you access and work through this online workbook by yourself. It includes both learning materials and evaluation tools.
- PlaneMath - Welcome to PlaneMath, a place to learn cool things about math and aeronautics! This site is an Internet-based Curriculum on Math and Aeronautics for children with physical disabilities. PlaneMath project is being funded through NASA's Learning Technologies Project (LTP).
- How Much Do You Weigh? - Find out how much you would weigh if you could stand on another planet. Take a moment to do the Math yourself!
- Imagine the Universe! Lesson Plans - Here you'll find Math and Chemistry lesson plans developed by both teachers and the Imagine the Universe! Team.
- PUMAS - The Practical Uses of Math And Science (PUMAS) is the On-line Journal of Math and Science Examples For Pre-College Education. This collection of one-page examples, submitted primarily by scientists, illustrates how math and science topics taught in K-12 classes can be used in interesting settings, including everyday life. PUMAS examples, which may be activities, anecdotes, descriptions of "neat ideas," formal exercises, puzzles, or demonstrations, are keyed to national standards and peer-reviewed by both scientists and teachers.
- Beginner's Guide to Aeronautics - A NASA Glenn Research Center Learning Technologies Project featuring educational resources for K-12 related to aeronautics and computer instructional material. The site provides background information on basic aerodynamics and propulsion for secondary math and science teachers. In response to increased interest and visits by students and airplane enthusiasts, we are now including interactive animated versions of many pages.
- NASA's Learning Technologies Project - NASA LTP projects develop new applications and pilot programs for using science data, and create new curriculum products and tools for K-12 and K-14 education -- all of this via the Internet. Start here to get an overview of all of NASA's educational technology activities.
- Simulated Satellite (SimSat) - The SimSat "spacecraft" uses a small high-altitude weather balloon to fly experiments designed and built by students to altitudes over 60,000 feet. The project simulates many of the practices and remote observing challenges inherent in working with satellites, and offers a unique hands-on experience for students in K-12 earth science, physical science, physics, electronics and aerospace classes. If you are interested in learning the ropes of flying and recovering simulated satellites using small high-altitude weather balloons with amateur radio tracking devices... then this project is for you!
- The NASA Space Educators' Handbook - Visit the NASA Space Mathematics area for a collection of high school problems. The problems are grouped into chapters according to the predominant mathematical topic.
- TIMSS - With data on half a million students from 41 countries, the Third International Mathematics and Science Study (TIMSS) is the largest, most comprehensive, and most rigorous international study of schools and students ever.
- NASA Quest's Women of NASA - The Women of NASA resource was developed to encourage more young women to pursue careers in math, science, and technology. Learn through this interactive project, ideas on how to integrate Women of NASA into your curriculum.
- How Old Are You? - Find out how "old" you would be on another planet. The other planets have days and years that are a different length. Take a moment to do the Math yourself.