Janet explains gravity in a fun and engaging way. As she talks in front of the camera, graphics and video are brought in and out on the screen. The approximately 35-minute DVD concludes with Janet experiencing a parabolic flight on the Zero G Boeing 727 (my personal favorite part!). The explanations are quite thorough, yet simplistic enough for a younger crowd. Overall, I'd say the target age range is probably early-to-mid elementary. What I especially appreciated about Exploring Microgravity is that having a female host could be encouraging to young girls to pursue science studies and careers.From Janet Ivey“For the past decade, science education has been my passion and America’s children have been my inspiration. It is incredible to see how excited children can become about the world around them when the information is presented in an accessible and fun way. That is the mission of Janet’s Planet, and I look forward to continuing to support better science education in the years to come.”
Check out the Janet's Planet website , where in addition to purchasing the DVD, visitors can also play games, watch videos, ask questions, and more.
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