The Welcome to the Moon book and AstroReality augmented reality resources will be of value to you and your students as you work through activities. We have also listed a number of additional quality resources upon which you can rely rather than taking your chances with an internet search.
The NASA website at https://www.nasa.gov/ is a trustworthy site containing an incredible amount of information, including many education resources. This site is the gold standard for space information. NASA-developed lessons can be found under the NASA Audience tab.
NASA has created specific pages for students and teachers:
Students in grade K-4 can access information designed for them at https://www.nasa.gov/audience/foreducators/k-4/index.html
Students in grades 5-8 can access information at https://www.nasa.gov/audience/foreducators/5-8/index.html
Student in grades 9-12 can best access information at https://www.nasa.gov/audience/foreducators/9-12/index.html
Educators are the specific audience of information found at https://www.nasa.gov/stem/foreducators
SPACEFLIGHT NOW is a commercial space news website that is trusted by aerospace professionals. It contains current reports concerning missions, programs and other space news. SPACEFLIGHT NOW is found at https://spaceflightnow.com/
Bigelow Aerospace is a company owned by Robert Bigelow that has developed inflatable space modules. The Bigelow BEAM (Bigelow Expandable Activity Module) is currently in space connected to the International Space Station. Bigelow has plans for a space station, a lunar space station as well as a lunar surface habitat. Bigelow Aerospace can be found on the web at https://bigelowaerospace.com/
Blue Origin is a private company owned by Jeff Bezos that is building rockets to carry satellites and paying passengers into space. They are also developing a lunar lander vehicle. The Blue Origin web site can be found at https://www.blueorigin.com/
Boeing Corporation has a long history in space exploration and is currently developing the CST-100 Starliner spacecraft for the mission of ferrying astronauts from Kennedy Space Center to the International Space Station. Boeing has also created a new spacesuit to be worn aboard the Starliner. The Boeing Starliner web site is found at https://www.boeing.com/space/starliner/
Lockheed Martin Corporation is a company that has been contracted by NASA to build NASA’s next spacecraft named Orion. While NASA publishes Orion information on the nasa.gov web site, Lockheed Martin also provides additional information at https://www.lockheedmartin.com/en-us/products/orion.html
ShareSpace Education is the portion of the Aldrin Family Foundation that has as its mission to inspire students in the areas of science, technology, engineering, the arts and mathematics (STEAM). The materials you are now reading are produced by ShareSpace Education. ShareSpace Education can be found on the web at https://sharespace.org/
Sierra Nevada Corporation is a company that is developing a reusable spacecraft that is designed to launch like a rocket and glide to a landing like an airplane. This spacecraft is called the Dream Chaser. Sierra Nevada Corporation can be found on the web at https://www.sncorp.com/
SpaceX is a private company owned by Elon Musk that has created and flown a series of reusable rockets, a new capsule, a spacesuit for use in its Dragon capsule, and plans for a lunar flyby mission. SpaceX streams live video on their web site of their launches from Kennedy Space Center in Florida and Vandenberg Air Force Base in California. The SpaceX web site is found at https://www.spacex.com/
Virgin Galactic is a company owned by Sir Richard Branson that plans to sell rides into space aboard its reusable WhiteKnightTwo carrier aircraft and SpaceShipTwo spaceship. Virgin Galactic can be found on the web at https://www.virgingalactic.com/