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What could be more fascinating to a child than having an astronaut for a teacher. The astronauts will assist the children to learn the alphabet and vocabulary through educational demonstrations.

"NASA collaborated with Sesame Workshop, including the popular children’s television programs, "Sesame Street" and "The Electric Company," to create science, technology, engineering and math-related education resources, or STEM, for children ages 2-5."

According to Matthew Keil of NASA's Johnson Space Center in Houston, the space station environment gives a different classroom to educate young children by showing them what the words represent.

"Sesame Workshop approached the NASA Teaching from Space Office for assistance in implementing more science and math curriculum into their programming by using the unique educational environment of the space station, NASA centers and facilities and the unique people who work at NASA."

"I am an educator who is very interested in making connections between curriculum and everyday life experiences that students encounter," said Keil.

It is so reassuring that there are organizations like this who are willling to help make education fun especially to those experiencing difficulty in learning.

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