NASA’s The Space Place: How Old Do I Look?

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Play this game from NASA’s website that exercises critical thinking skills. Users are given five pictures of related objects and the goal is to put them in order of oldest to newest. Can you look at various pieces of art and determine which was the oldest? Technical advances are pictured as are automobiles, flying machines of various kinds, and even toys. If you want to learn more about the object, you can drag it to the “What Is It?” frame to get a little more information to help you in your decision.

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