Tool Crib

The Tool Crib contains all of the tools that you will be using as you learn more about aviation and its history.

Tools are divided into 3 categories:
General Tools (tools for everyone)
Teachers and Parents
(tools that will help these folks )
Missions
(access to missions)

Many of the files below are in the PDF format and require Adobe Reader to view them.
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Other files were created using the Microsoft Office suite. If you don't have the applicable Microsoft
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General Tools Teachers and Parents
Recommended Links
The Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA) has an excellent aviation education web page. Be sure to visit for some excellent resources.

The General Aviation Manufacturers Association (GAMA) is another aviation organization with a wealth of aviation education materials on their web site.

The National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) funds AvKids. A site with lots of useful material for parents, teachers and kids alike.

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has a terrific web site for kids and aviation. They call it Aviation Education, you might call it fun.

The National Museum of the Air Force has a terrific education resource web site. Links, lesson plans, materials, downloads, and more.

The Minnesota DOT's Aeronautics Office has an excellent site -- games, activities, teacher resources, and much more. Wow!

The US Centennial of Flight Commission is celebrating the 100th anniversary in a big way.

Here is a source for Aviation Curriculum Guides all in PDF format for easy download.

Thirty Thousand Feet is an Aviation web directory. This is a link to their education area.

The 4-H is into aviation education in a big way. Welcome to their Aerospace Adventures.

The National Air and Space Museum need we say more?

Boeing has three sites on aerospace education. This one, A Century of Discovery is a good starting place.

Amazing Space is a treasure for those looking for a resource in teaching space. They are the education group for the Space Telescope Science Institute.

Kids Do Science. This University of Georgia site provides many tools for teachers introducing scientific method through aviation.

Missions
Junior Pilot Missions Flight Leader Missions

Squadron Leader Missions

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History can be dull to some kids but we hope that these pages will provide teachers, parents and kids tools that will make history anything but dull.


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