Welcome to Space Week!
Today we learned about the Moon and Mars and how humans and rovers have explored them. Tonight there is a meteor shower visible between 11pm and 1am! Go outside and check it out!
Here is our Zoom meeting link:
Meeting ID: 761 5852 1135
Today is Tuesday, August 11.
The resources for today are posted below.
Need more information on tonight's Perseids Meteor Shower?
Check this link for an explanation of what a meteor shower is and some tips on how to see it!
"To the tune of The Farmer in the Dell"
The Earth goes 'round the sun,
The Earth goes 'round the sun.
Once a year, every year,
The Earth goes 'round the sun!
The moon goes 'round the Earth,
The moon goes 'round the Earth.
Once a month, every month,
The moon goes 'round the Earth!
The Earth turns around,
The Earth turns around.
Once a day, every day,
The Earth turns around!
Apollo 13 was a spacecraft meant to land on the Moon in 1970. They had to come back to earth because the spacecraft wasn't working properly, but they did capture some amazing images of the moon from space!
Watch this video to see what they saw.
Why does the Moon Have Craters?
Find out by joining Ms. Julia for a quick and easy
You Will Need:
Clay or Playdoh
Learn about the different Rovers we have sent to Mars!
The most recent Rover, The Perseverance, Launched on July 30 this year!
Click this link or the picture below to go to the site.
Could Aliens exist? What do scientists think?
What do livings things need to survive?
Why haven't we found any aliens yet?