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Online Aviation Activities for Students

The Federal Aviation Administration's website offers a variety of aviation activities for students of all ages including games, actitivies, and puzzles.  You'll probably already have all the supplies you'll need at home.

To get started, go here.

The Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum also has some fun (and educational) online activities on their How Things Fly site. 

You can visit by going here.

Redbird Flight Simulations offers the opportunity to learn about aeronautics and experience aviation from home with an expert teacher.  Classes will be offered on a weekly basis to help middle and high school stduents stay engaged with aviation during this time.  The Redbird Virtual STEM+Lab is free and open to the public.  

To get started, go here.

The Shannon Air Museum is offering virtual tours of their facility on their Facebook page.

To visit, go here.

Virginia Air and Space Center offers a variety of activities on their Facebook page.

To visit, go here.

Airbus Foundation Discovery Space is an online portal that helps young people understand science through the world of aerospace. It’s also a science education partner for teachers and parents to engage students with STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics). Explore this space to learn, design and connect with others.

The Military Aviation Museum is producing aviation education videos for young people.  The first one explains how airplanes fly.