Kennedy Space Center offers daily online learning activities for kids

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With kids out of school because of coronavirus, the Kennedy Space Center is hosting online learning activities daily

With kids home from school due to the coronavirus outbreak, there are a lot of parents who are putting on their “teacher” cap this week.

If you’re looking for educational activities to keep kids at home occupied and informed, here’s one for your lesson plan: The Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex is offering free, online content daily for kids from elementary through high school.

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The space center’s education team is hosting daily videos on Facebook Live. They also have shorter segments with at-home activities for kids to do.

The presentations happen at 9:30 a.m. EST for younger kids and at 1 p.m. for teenagers, Monday through Friday.

The videos can be viewed on the space center's Facebook page.