Teaching resource

Borrow the Moon – activity 2: Hitting the Moon

Introducing students to observing craters on the Moon and investigating their own mini craters. Suitable for children aged 5 to 7 years and 7 to 11 years.

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Activity 2: lesson plan (PDF)

, 10 MB

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Activity 2: impacts and craters worksheet (lower) (PDF)

, 2 MB

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Activity 2: impacts and craters worksheet (higher) (PDF)

, 2 MB

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Activity 2: crater investigation presentation (ODP)

, 7 MB

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Details

Activity 2 includes a lesson plan, student worksheets for both age groups and a teacher’s presentation.

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