Make a Splash in Space
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Water is scarce on board the ISS and an intricate recycling systems allows astronauts to reuse every drop. Students will research and draw a lifecycle of a water droplet on the ISS.
Curriculum Links and Differentiation
December 13, 2016
Download detailed curriculum links and ideas for differentiation for your region: England, Scotland, Northern Ireland or Wales. You can also read an overview of the subjects covered by the Space Diary programme below, then visit the Activities page to search for content by Subject. ENGLAND SCOTLAND WALES NORTHERN IRELAND Overview The Space Diary is made up of […]
February 6, 2017
Introducing Chapter Four we have astronomer Sheila Kanani talking to Lucy Hawking about doing experiments in space. Visit the Chapter Four to download the activities, teaching notes and more great resources.
February 1, 2017
Each month we’re looking to showcase some Star Apprentices and we want your students to help us find them! Ask two of your students to interview each other about the best things they’ve learnt about space as they’ve been working their way through the Space Diary, or interview your child if you’re a Home Educator. Encourage […]
January 30, 2017
Click on the images below to download PDF templates and start planning your lessons. You can also use the Curriculum Planner for your region to fill in specific curriculum links on your lesson plan. We have also included a range of self-evaluation (reflection) sheets for your students to recap on what they learn during a chapter or activity […]