We Are Aliens!
The We Are Aliens! teaching resources were produced to support the planetarium show made by NSC Creative. They have been produced by lead educators from the National Space Academy to use the context of space to teach physics, chemistry and biology in the curriculum. The resources contain practical activities, worksheets and supporting videos made by the resource authors. The collection also contains short clips that can be used as part of starter activities in the classroom.
These videos are excerpts from the We Are Aliens! planetarium show. They provide good starter activities for looking at life within our universe. They explore life within our solar system and the Earth and other planets that may contain life. The exoplanets videos go on to look at the possibilities of life outside...
These We Are Aliens! related biology activities for the class room have been devised by Chris Carr. The resources includes practical activities and worksheets. Supporting videos demonstrate the activities. The following curriculum areas are covered: • Cell biology • Food tests, including starch, sugar, protein and...
These We Are Aliens! related chemistry activities for the class room, have been devised by devised by Steve Althorpe and Judith Green. The resources include games, practical activities and worksheets. Supporting videos demonstrate the activities. The following curriculum areas are covered:
This resource, devised by Anu Ojha, uses the context of the planet Mars to investigate pressure, magnetic fields and meteorites. There is also a demonstration of how to cook up a comet.
The presentation contains information that relates to both the pressure and TVs and magnets activities.
|Subject(s)||Careers, Science, Biology, Physics, Working scientifically, Practical work, Chemistry|
|Age||7-11, 11-14, 14-16, 16-19|
|Published||2010 to 2019|
|Log in to rate this resource|
- We Are Aliens!
- Science and Technology Facilities Council