Come fly with me

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Come Fly With Me

Come Fly With Me - Exploring Science K-6 and 7-9 through aviation and aerospace concepts.

Based on the work of David and Doreen Housel for the Michigan Aeronautics Commission. Many of the lessons are based on educational materials from NASA and a variety of aerospace companies, and are used with permission.

Using Come Fly With Me Activities

The 150+ activities explore science through aviation and aerospace concepts. There are activities for a wide range of science curriculum topics and grade levels. Some activities are simple, single lesson plans while others require equipment, preparation and cover a number of sessions.
Worksheets are available for printing. Click on the thumbnail in the activity. Click on the "Full resolution" link (below the preview). In some browsers, it may be necessary to click on the image for the full-page printable version
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Resources

This is a community resource and you are welcome to add and/or update the resources that accompany each activity.

  • Build A Plane.org - makes actual airplanes available for youth groups and schools to offer aviation and technology skills training. The associated Look Up! educator network links to an extensive collection of aviation and aerospace education online resources.
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Student-Produced Resources



Special thanks to Marcia Gitelman for the article in the 99 News April/May/June 2012

2012.05.29 page accessed 1,659 times

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