Museum in a Box: Aerodynamics

NASA’s Museum in a Box program offers a collection of hands-on/minds-on lessons in aerodynamics for K–12 audiences in both schools and informal settings. Use the lessons to spice up your classroom and inspire future scientists, mathematicians, and engineers to consider careers in aerodynamics. The lessons address a range of topics, from Dressing for Altitude and the History of Flight to Parts of an Airplane, the Principles of Flight, and Structures and Materials. Still more lessons address topics in Propulsion, Future Flight, Careers in Aerospace, and Airspace.

 

Full Link: http://www.aeronautics.nasa.gov/mib.htm 

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