6 Ways to Explore the Nighttime Sky With Your Kids

Are your kids curious about the night sky?

Do they stump you with questions like “How many stars are in the sky?” or “Why does the moon change?”

There are lots of fun ways your family can learn more about the night sky together, right from your own backyard or kitchen table.

In this article I’ll show you six easy ways to introduce your kids to astronomy and feed their fascination with space—no telescope required.

Discover six easy ways to introduce your kids to astronomy and feed their fascination with space—no telescope required.

Why Explore the Night Sky?

Take a few minutes after dark tonight to step outside with your kids and look up.

Keep looking…

Now, ask your children what they see.

Kids are naturally curious and the sky above us is full of amazing things that incite wonder: the stars, the moon, the planets and the vastness of it all.

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