Tell-tale signs of a shooting star – Comets, meteors and craters in the Solar System
- Learn that a shooting star, or meteor, is the light produced by a meteoroid traveling through the Earth’s atmosphere.
- Understand how objects moving at high speeds through the Earth’s atmosphere can cause rapid air compression and this leads to a large rise in temperature.
- Perform scientific experiments, specifically to investigate how rocks produce craters.
Brief description: In this set of 3 activities, students will design and build their own paper rockets and launch them. They will learn what it
Brief description: In this set of activities, pupils will analyse the importance of having shelter for protection on Earth and in space. Pupils will compare