NASA Wavelength is a collection of resources that incorporate NASA content and have been subject to peer review. You can search this collection using key words and/or the drop down menus to pinpoint resources to use with your audience of learners.
SciJinks: Wild Weather Adventure
This online board game involves moving a "research blimp" around the world. Advancing the blimp depends on spinning an embedded wheel and then correctly answering questions related to weather.
Informal education, Elementary school programming, Informal education, Middle school programming, Informal education, Youth public
Earth and space science, Earth processes, Weather
This identification chart is a basic guide to observing contrails. It shows examples of the three types of contrails: short-lived, persistent, and persistent spreading. The chart is intended for use by students participating in the GLOBE program.
Elementary school, Middle school, High school
Earth and space science, Earth structure, Atmosphere, The nature of science, The scientific process
This series of curriculum support materials explores how our understanding of the nature of the universe has changed during the past 100 years.
History of science
Middle school, High school
Earth and space science, Astronomy, Origins and evolution of the universe, Earth and space science, Astronomy, Size and scale, Earth and space science, Astronomy, Stars, nebulae and galaxies, Engineering and technology, Physical sciences, Light and optics, Physical sciences, Motion and forces, The nature of science, Science and society
In this problem set, learners will use an image of satellite-acquired ocean color data to answer a series of questions about the concentration of phytoplankton in certain areas. Answer key is provided. this is part of Earth Math: A Brief Mathematical Guide to Earth Science and Climate Change.
Scale drawing, Unit conversion, NASA SeaWiFS
Earth and space science, Earth structure, Ocean and water, Life sciences, Ecology and ecosystems, Mathematics, Problem solving