America, First Nations of:
Dancing with the Stars
How Coyote Created the Sun
How Fisher Went to Sky-land
Shingbiss and The North Wind
The Girl Who Married the Morning Star
The Land of the Northern Lights
Why We Have Both Day and Night
Bolivia:
Travelling to the Moon
Canada, First Nations of:
Bat Steals the Moon
Caribbean Islands:
How the Caribbean People Discovered the Planet Earth
China:
Planting the Seeds of Honesty
The Sun Sisters
Dominican Republic:
A Ladder to the Moon
England:
Starlight
The Buried Moon
Greece:
Which is Stronger – Summer Sun or Winter Wind?
Israel:
King Solomon and the Bee
Lithuania:
Why We Have the Sun, the Moon, the Earth and the Stars
Mexico:
Setting Free the Sun
Why the Moon is Free (a Yaqui story)
Papua New Guinea:
Paddling to the Moon
Peru:
A Rope to the Moon
When Jaguars Ate the Moon
Polynesia:
Sun Shell and Moon Shell
Sami (Sweden and Finland):
Battle of the Northern Lights
South Korea:
Stealing the Sun
Sri Lanka:
A Visitor from Heaven
Vietnam:
How Tiger Got His Stripes
The Man on the Moon

We Share the Same Moon Needs YOU!

The aim of We Share the Same Moon is to create story-based resources for use in science education – in formal and informal settings around the globe. 
But how useful is it?

Help us to find this out –  by filling in this form (word; pdf; pages) – and be part of  an evaluation of our website – with as many people and places as possible around the world.

In return – we will send you exclusive access to images, videos and activities that are not on the website – to help you to make the most out of your event.

Please complete the attached form and send to Cassandra Wye: cassandra.wye@gmail.com