Teaching resource

Borrow the Moon – activity 5: The race to land on the Moon

Setting the scene for the study of the Lunar Discs, and getting students to think about the contexts and history leading to the collection of the lunar samples in the loan boxes. Suitable for 7 to 11 years.

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Activity 5 - Lesson plan (PDF)

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Activity 5.1 - Space race timeline (PDF)

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Activity 5.2 - Timeline picture cards (PDF)

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Activity 5.3 - Things to take to the moon (PDF)

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Details

Activity 5 includes a lesson plan, student worksheets, timeline activity and a teacher’s presentation.

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