5 Ways to Make Astronomy Fun for Kids
These are 5 ways in which Astronomy can be made fun for kids:
TAKE THEM TPO KEPLERS OBSERVATORY
It is an excellent idea to take your kids to a space observatory like the Kepler Observatory in Haryana. This way they will learn while doing and will also be exposed to new research and findings of space. They can also use the telescopes for star gazing and enjoy looking at planets and stars through the equipment available there.
MAKE THEM ATTEND A SPACE WORKSHOP
Kids will love attending space workshops as many experts come to share their insights and also they are given a full overview of the different mysteries of the universe. Thus they will get a bird’s eye view of the universe and learn about the planets and the solar system.
PURCHASE SPACE DOCUMENTARIES
Kids will also love to watch space documentaries like the NOVA series or those made by Discovery Channel as they have real pictures of space and are very informative and engaging. Children love watching the videos and pictures of space and are spellbound entirely by the fantastic digital and graphic content in the documentaries.
BUY THEM A TELESCOPE
You can also buy a telescope for the children as that will be an enjoyable experience for the children and they can explore the stars and the planets for themselves. This way they will learn and grow and thus they will realize their place in the universe.
HELP THEM CREATE MODELS OF SATELLITES AND PLANETS
The school can also help students create models of satellites and planets and the sun. This will engage them and involve them in the exercise of exploring the frontiers of space. The excellent school like Vagishwari World School, Primary Schools in Uttam Nagar West in Delhi educate students on the space and provide them with knowledge and multimedia exposure about space and this helps the children learn, understand and grow.
Thus by engaging students and involving them in the knowledge of space through workshops and multimedia children will learn a lot about space and some of them might as well become researchers or astronauts in the days to come.