Solar System Treasure Hunt

After you’ve participated in the Planetarium Star Show (either live or by listening to the MP3 download), treat your kids to a Solar System Treasure Hunt!  You’ll need some sort of treasure (I recommend astronomy books or a pair of my favorite binoculars, but you can also use ‘Mars’ candy bars or home made chocolate chip cookies (call them Galaxy Clusters) instead.


You can print out the clues and hide these around your house on a rainy day.  Did you know that I made these clues up myself as a refresher course after the astronomy presentation?  Enjoy!


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8 Responses to “Solar System Treasure Hunt”
  1. Aurora says:

    Oops – sorry about that! I’ve updated the link so it works now in the top paragraph of the experiment.

  2. Amber Thornton says:

    I am getting an error message when I click the links to the Planetarium Star Show (both the link at the top and the one in the comments section)

  3. Linda Miller says:

    Such variety on this website! Your creativity shines and blesses.

  4. Cheryl Ramirez says:

    I am trying to find the Planetarium Sky Show video. The one we are supposed to watch before we do the Treasure Hunt..

  5. Anonymous Mom In Orange County, CA says:

    these games are the best invention since sliced bread!!!

  6. Jenna says:

    My kids loved this one, too. Even the ones who didn’t think they wanted to participate. I’d love to see more of these types of reviews for other units.

  7. Nicole Taylor says:

    Thanks for a fun way to review — my kids loved running around and a great way to get one of my kids who insists she isn’t “into” science laughing and involved.

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