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.

Touchdown Charlie

Description:

Play football for Superbowl...

Learning outcomes:

Agility, strength, technique,...

Taste In Space

Description:

Conduct an experiment to see...

Learning outcomes:

Plan and conduct an...

Planet You Go, Gravity You Find

Description:

Do arm excercies with balls...

Learning outcomes:

Coordintation, stabilisation

Mission Control

Description:

Perform throwing and catching...

Learning outcomes:

Balance, coordination,...

Microbial Box 2 - What's in your Petri?

Description:

Create your own microbial box...

Learning outcomes:

Microorganisms, classifying,...

Microbial Box 1

Description:

Find out about common...

Learning outcomes:

Microorganisms, classifying,...

Living Bones, Strong Bones

Description:

Observe bones and compare...

Learning outcomes:

Predicting, observing,...

Let's Climb a Martian Mountain

Description:

Climb on a wall, bars or...

Learning outcomes:

Agility, balance, coordination

Robotic Arm

Description:

In this activity children are...

Learning outcomes:

Engineering design and teamwork

Speed of Light

Description:

Perform a time reaction...

Learning outcomes:

Hand-eye coordination, fine...

Space Rock n Roll

Description:

Perform a series of...

Learning outcomes:

Coordination, flexibility,...

Reduced Gravtiy, Low Fat

Description:

Make an emulsification from a...

Learning outcomes:

Food and diet

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