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Resources: Astronauts Read To Kids From Space

June 12, 2018
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Take story time up a notch and let astronauts read to your kids!

Story Time from Space is a new program presented by the non-profit Global Space Education Foundation, in which astronauts read children’s book aloud while on the International Space Station.

Patricia Tribe, the brains behind the project, says “What better role models to engage kids in science and to engage them in reading? You’re not only looking and listening to the books, you’re looking around the International Space Station.”

Read this Huffington Post article now!


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