A solar eclipse project we did based on the News 2 You article we read this week. Just glue a yellow sun to black construction paper. Then create a black moon and attach it by poking a hole and using a fastener. Voila, you have a moveable moon for a solar eclipse. It was great for fine motor skills, as we cut out each individual ray for the sun. My class suns are pictured at the bottom.
A History of NASA Rocket Launches in 25 High-Quality Photos
The Sifter has already featured photographs from NASA's incredible archive (see here, here and here), and we continue that tradition with this series that documents the history of NASA's various rocket launches from as early as 1950 up to 2003.