Exploring the Solar System: A History with 22 Activities (For Kids series). Carson, Mary Kay. Chicago Review Press, 2006.
The Sun: The Center of the Solar System (Countdown to Space).Cole, Michael D. Enslow Publishers, 2001.
Astronomy. DK Publishing (editor). DK Publishing, 2004.
Universe (DK Eyewitness Books). DK Publishing (editor). DK Publishing, 2003.
Astronomy for All Ages, 2nd edition: Discovering the Universe through Activities for Children and Adults. Harrington, Philip. Globe Pequot, 2000.
Astronomy. Kerrod, Robin. Southwater Publishing, 2000.
3-D Thrillers! Solar System (Discovery Kids). Nobleman, Marc Tyler. Dutton Children's Books, 2001.
Our Solar System Science Kit (Brighter Child). School Specialty Publishing (editor). School Specialty Publishing, 2004.
Solar System (Just the Facts). School Specialty Publishing (editor). School Specialty Publishing, 2006.
Space and Astronomy (Science News for Kids). Sohn, Emily. Chelsea House Publications, 2006.
Astronomy: Discoveries, Solar System, Stars, Universe. Stott, Carole. Kingfisher, 2003.
Janice VanCleave's the Solar System: Mind-Boggling Experiments You Can Turn into Science Fair Projects. VanCleave, Janice. Jossey-Bass, 2000.
At Amazing Space you will find movies featuring current cosmic events, along with space games, news about the universe, and a section for homework help.
One way to see the earth and the moon up close is to use this site called the Earth and Moon Viewer. You can simply click on one of several preset images or you can see the latitude and longitude for anywhere you want to explore on Earth. See the world from the sun's point of view at the link below.
You can visit Earth from space by clicking on this large map to see the world the way a satellite sees it.
This website allows you to calculate your weight or age in numerous places located in space. You can also test your knowledge of gravity.
You will find all kinds of things to do at KidsAstronomy.com. Here you can print your own copy of a star map, play a constellation finding game, mail free e-cards, listen to songs, and see beautiful images.
NASA Kids' Club offers hours of entertaining fun on many different levels. Challenge yourself and your family's knowledge of the universe with these astronomical activities.
With one click of your mouse and a tap of your space bar you can watch numerous movies of all different kinds of space phenomena.
NASA Space Place contains numerous projects, facts, games, and endless animated information. You will also find crafts, poetry, and recipes at the link below.
National Geographic lets you explore our solar system in 3-D. Each view also contains lots of fun facts and information about the planets.
Explore new worlds when you visit Science News for Kids. Here you will find the latest astronomy updates, fun games, and lots of brainteasers.
See if you can eliminate all the junk left out in space in one of the numerous games available on this Windows to the Universe site. There are several puzzles, games, stories, myths, and even a virtual coloring book all just a click away.
World Almanac for Kids (Subscription Site)
When you visit World Almanac for Kids you will find several interactive diagrams of our solar system along with a variety of games, quizzes, information, history, and an electronic dictionary.
This site has incredible videos, fun jokes, awesome pictures, and a place to find the answers to many of your questions about space.