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...Focus Understanding we can use technology to make movies and cartoons. Using technology we can make things move on screen.Group size Individual but children can take turns.What you need a tablet or computer with presentation software e.g...
...What you need selection of musical instruments that vibrate e.g. boom whackers, thunder tubes, gongs zube tube selection of everyday materials to make space sounds with e.g. marbles in a tin (an asteroid storm), zips and velcro (the...
...Starter activities Investigate the moon with an interactive demonstration. Show the children a large, detailed photo of the moon. What can they see? Discuss the impact craters made by solid objects such as asteroids or meteorites crashing...
...What you need Small group of children ‘Whatever Next’ by Jill Murphy and a variety of books about space rockets, both fiction and non-fiction useful websites about space such as www.kidsites.com/sites-edu/space.htm and Google images – space...
...What you need the book a soft toy or puppet mole peaceful music and a player a lampWhat you do Make the room as dark as possible and ask children to find a space in the room. Play some peaceful music such as Beethoven’s ‘Moonlight sonata...
...What you need large pieces of card, silver foil and shiny buttons builders’ hats, old wellies and sprayed silver playdough, clay, plasticine and Modroc cardboard tubes lentils, split peas or gravel beige or brown fabric space, moon...
...What you need cardboard tubes cylindrical containers from snack food etc. thin card silver foil clear plastic bottles clear plastic tubs bottle tops corks paper clips, tape, glue etc. Visit the library for stories and fact books about space...
...Focus Rocket play and counting practice.What you need large cardboard box, painted black inside runny paint in orange, red, white and yellow, stiff brushes ten short cardboard tubes (half kitchen rolls) silver foil, sticky label stars...
...What are they learning? Go exploring in this homemade moonscape.What you need shaving foam kitchen roll tubes and other recycled materials paper, paint, glue small world space people and equipment building bricksWhat you do You could use...
...What you need Recorded music or access to YouTube – see ‘Songs and music’ Bubble mixture and a variety of bubble blowersWhat you do Music makers Play ‘Silent bubbles’. Draw a row of four circles or ‘bubbles’ on the white board. Choose two...