Get to know the bright stars and constellations of each season! A step-by-step introduction to the night sky, the Night Sky Adventure Leader Kit is full of activities and information to help explorers of all ages enjoy the night sky together.
Each Family ASTRO Leader Kit below allows you to lead at least two 90-minute Astronomy Events and includes these unique adventures:
We also feature the Night Sky Adventure kit with a Spanish-version Leader Kit and the corresponding Spanish-version Take-Home kit (see recommended products below).
Contents: Leader Guide (includes all event handout masters/training videos), Eye Patches & Sewing Needles (for "Seeing in the Dark"), Cardinal Directions Master, Compass, National Audubon Society First Field Guide: Night Sky and Sample Take-Home Kit (tab enclosed folder with 94 page activity booklet, starfinder-making kit w/ instructions, 2 cookie recipes, erasable placemat, & red balloon to cover flashlight).
You may also be interested in purchasing the Take-Home kit, Night Sky Adventure. Other kits in the series include Race to the Planets, Moon Mission, and Cosmic Decoders available as Leader Kits and Take-Home games (see recommended products below).
About Family ASTRO
Family ASTRO, a national astronomy education program of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific, helps educators of all types share the excitement of exploring our universe. With funding from the National Science Foundation and the help of astronomers, educators, parents, kids, and game designers, we have put together a number of hands-on activities, thought-provoking discussions, and fun games that let everyone get involved in astronomy.
At the heart of Family ASTRO is our series of Leader Kits that allow you to lead many fun and educational Astronomy Events for families, afterschool programs and clubs, and youth groups in your community (e.g, boys' and girls' clubs, Girl and Boy Scouts, park and recreation programs, etc.).
For hands-on Family ASTRO training, educators may be able to attend a workshop at one of our participating Regional Sites. Visit the Family ASTRO web site to see if there is an official location near you.