America, First Nations of:
Dancing with the Stars
How Coyote Created the Sun
How Fisher Went to Sky-land
Sharing The Sky
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
Travelling to the Moon
Canada, First Nations of:
Bat Steals the Moon
Caribbean Islands:
How the Caribbean People Discovered the Planet Earth
Planting the Seeds of Honesty
The Sun Sisters
Dominican Republic:
A Ladder to the Moon
The Buried Moon
Which is Stronger – Summer Sun or Winter Wind?
King Solomon and the Bee
Why We Have the Sun, the Moon, the Earth and the Stars
Setting Free the Sun
Why the Moon is Free (a Yaqui story)
Papua New Guinea:
Paddling to the Moon
A Rope to the Moon
When Jaguars Ate the Moon
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
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: