Educators in a variety of settings may want to check out this collection of resources assembled by the National Informal STEM Education (NISE) Network to help commemorate the 50th anniversary of the moon landing. In this well-organized collection, readers will find links to five websites created by NASA and the Lunar Planetary Institute specifically for this anniversary, as well as links to nine of NASA's resources with information about the moon and the Apollo program, all of which were produced with general audiences in mind. For elementary educators, there are links to two of NASA's summaries of the Apollo program that were written for younger audiences, one for students in grades 5-8 and another for grades K-4. Additionally, there are numerous hands-on activities related to the moon and space exploration (from the NISE Network, NASA, and other organizations) that could be adapted for classroom use. Informal STEM educators may be interested in the recorded online workshops, as well as printable handouts and posters geared toward celebrating the moon and astronomy. These resources and more make this collection well worth a visit.