If your kids are interested in space, then these free women of NASA activities will help them learn about the females who explore space for a living or work behind the scenes.
Did you know that the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) is currently bringing awareness to the roles that women have played in aeronautics.
Of course, many women have been in the behind-the-scenes work in NASA, yet the program has aspirations to obtain even more female representation and even hopes to see the first woman land on the moon.
How exciting is that?!
These free women of NASA activities introduces your kiddos to 5 inspiring women who have made strides and contributions to NASA over the last decade.
The women are Mae Jemison, Margaret Hamilton, Katherine Johnson, Sally Ride, and Vera Rubin.
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