A paper polyhedral sundial for students to make. All five faces tell time whenever they are in sunshine.
A paper "phase clock" to label, cut out, assemble, and use to predict phases and rise times.
A spherical "map of outer space" to print, draw on, cut out, and tape together.
A flat double-sided celestial sphere, with a sleeve representing the horizon, that students can make, draw on, and use as a constellation calendar.
A dodecagonal version of the printable planispheres, intended as a simpler, easier to assemble, "starter" planisphere.
A visual aid for illustrating how the sun crosses the sky in different parts of the world.
How to make your own globes representing various celestial objects, with paper, glue, and wooden or styrofoam craft spheres.