Of course! Individual classes or groups can participate in whatever way best fits your needs, interests, and available resources. Or, you may wish to take an interdisciplinary approach and get the whole school involved.
A few ideas are listed here: Art teachers might feature or have students create Moon-inspired art. Music teachers might share Moon-inspired songs. History teachers might discuss or have students research the history of the Moon or space exploration. Social studies teachers might share Moon-related stories or traditions from cultures around the world. Language arts teachers and librarians might highlight Moon-inspired words, books, or poems. Science teachers might discuss lunar science and observation. Engineering classes might build lunar spacecraft models.
You may also be interested in this year's featured activities and resource collections.
Please feel free to reach out to us with specific questions or suggestions.