So sometimes I think too big within the classroom. And then it just ends up working out. I'm hoping this is one of those times. As some of you know, I just got back from space camp. In order to go to advanced space camp, you have to put together a big project application showing how you used what you learned at the original camp, ect. So my idea was to reproduce the mission launch we did at camp within the classroom. This will be really huge. I have to figure out how to create a mission control room, with screen that show what's going on in the shuttle and the space station, I have to create a shuttle board with a 100 little switches for the kids to flick, I have to create a space station with experiments, etc. But I reeeeeeeally want to go to advanced. Our whole team is working to get back together-we're even having a reunion at the Aires test launch next spring in FL. But I digress. I can't imagine my kids doing this mission in anything other than real flight suits. I got one at camp and they rock. You actually feel like an astronaut in them. But they were $80 a piece at the camp, and I can't buy 20 of them at that price. So I started to search around today and couldn't find anything either. I finally e-mailed some mechanics jumpsuit website and asked them if they had any teeny-weeny suits that might fit kids. The prez wrote me back and said no, but he would love to design one. And he would sell them for $25!! That's AMAZING! And I would get to design them, which is REALLY amazing, because then I can put all the cool little pockets and things on them. I'll post the link when they are done. I'm racking my brains, trying to figure out how I can funding for this. In reality, it's 'only' $500 for my 20 kids, which isn't a lot for re-usable space suits. And then I can put in my advance application that I designed space suits for kids to use in the project!! Anyhow, think big, send out random e-mails and you never know what will happen!!