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These activity sheets give pupils the opportunity to look in greater depth at the similarities and differences between Mars and Earth. The activities focus on Mars’ place in the solar system and facts about Mars and Earth before giving pupils the opportunity to design their own Martians using what they have learnt. Pupils will be asked to consider weather conditions, radiation, and liquid levels when designing their Martians. This resource as part of the Roving with Rosalind activity pack, supports the key stage 2 science curriculum.

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