We strive to make games that are fun, tell a story and help educate. That’s why NASA liked Hubble Star Cards and that’s why we think you’ll like it too.

Tell us what you think about Hubble Star Cards. Let us know how you used them at home or at school. What would you like to see?



  1. admin
    January 10, 2013 @ 10:50 am

    The Hubble Star Cards are terrific! I gave my set to my friend’s 8-year-old son today, for his birthday. Both mother and son were enchanted with the imagery and the information, and looked through the whole set, card by card, while I was there. He burst out with “I LOVE galaxies!”, at one point. He can’t wait to try the games!

    I’m sure my friend will show these to other homeschool moms, so here’s hoping for an influx of orders from southern Oregon!
    – Danielle


  2. admin
    January 10, 2013 @ 10:51 am

    Love it! Going to be a blast. Got a set for son in law for his birthday. He’s gonna love them too.



  3. admin
    January 10, 2013 @ 10:52 am

    Just had to tell you that I’m glad your brain works wonders! Those hubble cards are something I wish we had in high school or even elementary years ago! Science is a never ending project which you know! And now you have turned it into a fun loving educational card game! We’re sure to play it soon w/the kiddies and enjoy the wonders of our universe too! Thanks for creating them. Onward and upward with more educational fun games.
    – Rose


  4. admin
    January 10, 2013 @ 10:53 am

    Every morning when I go to wake up my kids, I find my son who’s 7 1/2 and my daughter, age 6 playing with the Hubble Star Cards. They’re so excited to show me Pluto or a Supernova! What’s exciting to me is that they get excited about something that’s not a video game.

    The pictures on the cards are absolutely beautiful and describe each plant/star/nebula so that kids (and grown-ups) can learn about what’s in space. You can play games like “War” or “Go Fish” and learn about our galaxy at the same time! It’s great value for endless edutainment.

    – D. Dalton


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