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CC Standard RF.K.1 - Demonstrate understanding of the organization and basic features of print. (c. Understand that words are separated by spaces in print). - Help students to remember to add a space in-between words by giving them each a 'space man' to use while completing writing assignments. This would be an excellent way to help scaffold their learning.

CC Standard RF.K.1 - Demonstrate understanding of the organization and basic features of print. (c. Understand that words are separated by spaces in print). - Help students to remember to add a space in-between words by giving them each a 'space man' to use while completing writing assignments. This would be an excellent way to help scaffold their learning.

"spacers"- I remember making these for the kids...I think we just called them space men..sb very handy in writing to make sure there is a space between words.

"spacers"- I remember making these for the kids...I think we just called them space men..sb very handy in writing to make sure there is a space between words.

“Will man outgrow the Earth?” pondered the immense possibilities of intergalactic expansion.    "The practical rocket men fear that their gradual march toward space may disappoint the oversold public. All the necessary, cautious first steps (a small missile shot into an orbit, a hit on the moon with a small payload, etc.) are a long way from manned space ships."

“Will man outgrow the Earth?” pondered the immense possibilities of intergalactic expansion. "The practical rocket men fear that their gradual march toward space may disappoint the oversold public. All the necessary, cautious first steps (a small missile shot into an orbit, a hit on the moon with a small payload, etc.) are a long way from manned space ships."

A dream man cave using moody wall color, outdoor space, and modern but rustic finishes.

A dream man cave using moody wall color, outdoor space, and modern but rustic finishes.

Space for Kids. Never before has space exploration been this much fun and this much value! This amazing DVD contains three hours of video in a fun interactive format that kids of all ages will enjoy. Explore and learn about nearly everything imaginable on space in the last 50 years. Planets, Deep Space, Manned Space Missions, UFOs, Space Shuttle over 60 subjects. Kids and the whole family can explore interactive menus one subject-at-a-time and at their own pace.

Space for Kids. Never before has space exploration been this much fun and this much value! This amazing DVD contains three hours of video in a fun interactive format that kids of all ages will enjoy. Explore and learn about nearly everything imaginable on space in the last 50 years. Planets, Deep Space, Manned Space Missions, UFOs, Space Shuttle over 60 subjects. Kids and the whole family can explore interactive menus one subject-at-a-time and at their own pace.

Schematic illustration of McDonnell Aircraft's proposed one-man space laboratory (Tunnel Access design). A = Mercury spacecraft; B = adapters; C = inflatable tunnel; D = living space; E = crew support equipment; F = test & laboratory equipment; G = Agena B upper stage; H = inflatable tunnel cover in launch position; I = inflatable tunnel cover in deployed position.

Schematic illustration of McDonnell Aircraft's proposed one-man space laboratory (Tunnel Access design). A = Mercury spacecraft; B = adapters; C = inflatable tunnel; D = living space; E = crew support equipment; F = test & laboratory equipment; G = Agena B upper stage; H = inflatable tunnel cover in launch position; I = inflatable tunnel cover in deployed position.

Researchers test China's first space station module Tiangong-1 inside the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center in northwest China's Gansu Province, on the edge of the Gobi Desert. China launched the experimental module on September 29, 2011, to lay the groundwork for a future space station underscoring its ambitions to become a major space power. (AP Photo)

Researchers test China's first space station module Tiangong-1 inside the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center in northwest China's Gansu Province, on the edge of the Gobi Desert. China launched the experimental module on September 29, 2011, to lay the groundwork for a future space station underscoring its ambitions to become a major space power. (AP Photo)

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