It's never too early to start learning. Start your kids off right with these top astronomy videos for kids. Astronomy videos for kids can get the information across better than many other sources at times. Here, we look at some of the best astronomy videos for kids.
1. Magic School Bus Space Adventures DVD
Join Ms. Frizzle's class on a field trip with The Magic School Bus. This series was one of the best ever created for kids. The space related videos associated with this set are no exceptions.
2. Astronomy 101
What's it all about, this thing called astronomy? Here's the place to start learning. Great for and kid interested in being an amateur astronomer.
3. Rocket Science DVD
Rocket Science takes an inspired look at the past, present and future of space exploration. Through personal interviews, never-before-seen film footage, and classified tours of top-secret facilities, Rocket Science investigates some of the most exciting moments in the race to reach space.
4. Imax: The Dream is Alive
Journey into space alongside the astronauts on the space shuttle as they orbit around the Earth, floating as never before over the towering Andes, the boot of Italy, Egypt and the Nile. Witness firsthand a tension-filled satellite capture and repair and the historic first spacewalk by an American woman. Narrated by veteran CBS anchor Walter Cronkite.
5. Standard Deviants: Astronomy Part 1
These guys are zany, but have a great fun way of teaching. Here, they introduce astronomy, its history, and more. This is Part 1 of 2.
6. Standard Deviants: Astronomy Part 2
These guys are zany, but have a great fun way of teaching. Here, they introduce astronomy, its history, and more. This is Part 2 of 2.
7. Christa McAuliffe: Reach for the Stars DVD
The most complete documentary ever produced on the life of our nation's first Teacher in Space. Christa McAuliffe, the New Hampshire teacher aboard the ill-fated Space Shuttle Challenger on January 28, 1986. The loss of Columbia reminded us that every NASA space mission involves the potential for great sacrifice. This film explains why Christa McAuliffe was willing to accept the risks and charts the legacy of her life and death.