NASA holds kids artwork contest for 2021 Commercial Crew Program calendar

There’s less than two weeks left to submit your child’s hand-drawn artwork.

Orlando, Fla — NASA’s Commercial Crew Program is looking for hand-drawn artwork to fill its 2021 themed calendar.

Kids aged four to 12 years old can participate (with parent’s permission) to submit a drawing for the calendar, which has a different space-related theme for each month.

All entries must be submitted by Oct. 28 at 11:59 p.m.

The space themes include:

  • JANUARY: Astronauts
  • FEBRUARY: Astronaut Training
  • MARCH: Rockets
  • APRIL: Spacecraft
  • MAY: 3-2-1 Blast off! Launch day in Florida
  • JUNE: Spacesuits
  • JULY: Station
  • AUGUST: Living and Working in Space
  • SEPTEMBER: Exploring the Solar System
  • OCTOBER: What Would You Take From Home?
  • NOVEMBER: Space Food
  • DECEMBER: Returning to Earth

“The calendar will also include supplemental education materials for kids to learn more about the space-related themes,” NASA says in a press release.

Only original artwork without the use of stencils or computers will be accepted.

Go to https://go.nasa.gov/3jiZxG4 for more information about the competition’s themes, rules, deadlines, and artwork form.

Check out previously selected artwork from the 2020, 2019, 2018, and 2017 calendar.

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