Activities

These activities include educational investigations, designed for science classes, and train like an astronaut missions, which are designed for physical education classes.

 

  • Physical activities

    Physical activities utilise the same body parts/systems as astronauts do in training and on missions in space. They help students develop strength, endurance, coordination and spatial awareness.

  • Scientific activities

    Scientific activities challenge students to investigate the underlying scientific principles of health and nutrition. They help students practice scientific reasoning and teamwork.

Crew Assembly Training

Description:

Assemble a puzzle quickly and...

Learning outcomes:

Team work, communication,...

Building an Astronaut Core

Description:

Perform "Commander...

Learning outcomes:

Core, muscle strength,...

Bionic Hand

Description:

Build a model hand and...

Learning outcomes:

Bones and muscles, movement,...

Jump for the Moon

Description:

Jump training with a rope,...

Learning outcomes:

Coordination, balance,...

Hydration Station

Description:

Investigate the importance of...

Learning outcomes:

Predicting, observing,...

Get on Your Space Cycle

Description:

Train with a cycle to improve...

Learning outcomes:

Endurance, coordination,...

Explore and Discover

Description:

Carry weighted objects from...

Learning outcomes:

Control, endurance, team work...

Energy of an Astronaut

Description:

Find out about the different...

Learning outcomes:

Predicting, observing,...

Do a Spacewalk

Description:

Perform “bear crawls” and ...

Learning outcomes:

Mobility, dexterity,...

Crew Strength Training

Description:

Do squats and push-ups to...

Learning outcomes:

Bone and muscle strengths,...

Base Station Walk-back

Description:

Aim to increase your walking,...

Learning outcomes:

Endurance, strength,...

Astro Food

Description:

Learn about different parts...

Learning outcomes:

Plants, grouping, classifying...

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