Children's Kit Gallery
Brainetics helps children learn to perform complex math problems in their head, identify patterns in numbers and letters, and improve memory.
Citizen Science Kit: Birdwatching
For this project, use the books, guides, activity cards and binoculars to help you learn about birds. Then, you can participate in a variety of seasonal Citizen Science projects relating to birds and birding!
Citizen Science Kit: Exploring Biodiversity
For this project, document and identify plants and animals around you. Use your smartphone and clip-on lenses included in the kit to take and share detailed pictures of nature and help create a living record of life on Earth.
Citizen Science Kit: GLOBE Observer: Clouds
For this project, help scientists understand the sky from above and below. Simply photograph clouds, record sky observations and share with NASA via the GLOBE Observer app.
Citizen Science Kit: GLOBE Observer: Trees
For this project, observe trees to understand changes in biomass and effects on the carbon cycle. Then, use your mobile devices to measure tree heights and report tree circumference.
Citizen Science Kit: Mapping Mosquito Habitats
Use the tools in this kit to document mosquito habitats and identify different types of mosquito larvae. Then record your observations using your smartphone and the NASA GLOBE Observer app.
Citizen Science Kit: Measuring Light in the Night
For this project, help gather light pollution data. Use the Sky Quality Meter included in the kit to measure and record sky brightness.
Citizen Science Kit: Mission Monarch
For this project, help scientists dedicated to monarch conservation across North America. Simply examine milkweed plants and look for monarchs on them.
Citizen Science Kit: Monitoring Air Quality
For this project, learn how to capture real-time measurements using an AirBeam sensor. You'll also measure, visualize, and share air quality data via Aircasting Maps.
Citizen Science Kit: Observing Pollinators
For this project, identify and count pollinators as they visit flowering plants. Simply observe any flowering plant for less than 15 minutes, count and identify the pollinators that visit the plant, then log data online as instructed to participate in the project.
Citizen Science Kit: Project Squirrel
For this project, help scientists better understand tree squirrel ecology. Take a look around outside your home, office, school, or anywhere you are. Simply count squirrels and record your findings online.
Citizen Science Kit: ZomBee Hunting
For this project, learn where in North America bees are infected by Zombie Flies. Collect honey bees and then report easy-to-spot signs of infection.