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Saturday 20th July 2019 marks the 50th anniversary of man first landing on the moon. This momentous occasion would be watched by an estimated half a billion people – the most people that had ever watched a television event, ever! At Konflux Theatre, we wanted to mark this huge moment in history with some fun facts and activities to do with all things science and space!
Did you know?
A simple and fun activity that combines art and science is to ask pupils to keep a moon diary for a month. They will be able to see and identify the different phases of the moon and imagine what it must have looked like from the astronauts’ point of view!
Those astronauts must have had a great view of the stars from the moon – this activity is a fun way of introducing pupils to the different constellations simply using gold stars, black card and a white marker. Pupils can recreate Orion’s Belt and The Plough or even come up with their own unique designs!
We're excited to see all your exciting work on space and astronauts in the next coming weeks. For more information on how we can help, please feel free to call 01937 832740, fill in an online contact form or email firstname.lastname@example.org