Unbox to find:
Items that explore John F. Kennedy's vision in 1960 for our nation's "New Frontier" and the "uncharted opportunities of science, space, and innovation".
As President, in 1962, Kennedy challenged the nation to do the impossible and land a man on the moon before the end of the decade.
Our Space Race Box celebrates Kennedy, NASA, and the Apollo 11 mission in July 1969, that successfully landed three crew members on the moon, and brought them safely home again.
Included are enrichment activities created by our Museum educators to complement the box and stimulate at-home learning for ages 8 and up.
Topics for interactive learning include:
- A month-long project tracking the phases of the moon
- Our solar system--what is it made of?
- Planets, comets, asteroids and more
More to find inside:
- Apollo 11: First Men on the Moon coloring book with captions detailing all phases of the successful mission, 32 pages.
- Buzz Aldrin: Reaching For the Moon, softcover, 40 pages.
- NASA Meatball Patch, 2"
- Bookmark with Commemorative Stamp and Kennedy quotation.
- Astronaut Ice Cream Sandwich, vanilla with chocolate.
- Mini Jigsaw Puzzle: Kennedy delivering his speech at Rice University in 1962.
- Lanyard: First Lunar Landing
- Astro Neil (Neil Armstrong) String Doll key ring
- 1.75" button "We Choose to go to the Moon"
- pair of silicone bracelets with Kennedy quotation embossed.
And a few surprises that complete an interactive experience to engage your family at home.