Build A StarFinder - KidPass Live Stage at Look Up to the Stars (Online)

Build A StarFinder - KidPass Live Stage

Look Up to the Stars (Online)

4.7 (3 Reviews)
Categories: Academic, Creative, Science & Technology  |  Ages: 5 - 17 Years  |  Format: Online Live
Build A StarFinder - KidPass Live Stage at Look Up to the Stars (Online)

This is a special FREE online class presented by KidPass Live Stage ( KidPass Live Stage is a free livestream series that is open for the community and showcases many of the incredible classes and instructors on KidPass.

Do you have trouble knowing what constellations are visible at any given hour of any given night of the year? To solve this problem, we are going to build a Starfinder.

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Note that as a KidPass Live Stage performance, this class and your participation may be posted on KidPass social media. Since it is formatted for a large audience, there will be limited instructor interaction. If you enjoy the class, please visit the instructor's KidPass page where you can find other class offerings and formats including small-group, interactive classes. Learn more about KidPass Live Stage at
When to arrive:
Right before
Additional details:
Bring patterns for Starfinder (Please print this before class:, Scissors, Tape, Brads.
Cancellation policy:
168 hours in advance
Caregiver required:

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Kevin Manning, astronomer, has worked as a Consultant with NASA and the Chandra X-Ray Observatory (space telescope), with the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics. He was both a Wright Fellow at Tufts University and an Einstein Fellow working with NASA Headquarters, the US House Representatives, and the US Department Energy Office of Science on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC, and did some work with Brookhaven National Laboratory. Besides the numerous workshops he's presented over the years, some noteworthy ones include those made at Tufts University, State University of New York at Stony Brook, the National Science Teachers Association's National Convention, American Association for the Advancement of Science Breakfast with Scientists, and the National Parks Service.
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Editor’s Tip
This is your kids' chance to learn from a real astronomer! Who knows? This might spark a lifelong interest and maybe even start them on a space-related career path.