How did you get on last week? Did you get a chance to listen to and identify the birds around you?
I’ve been trying to talk to the wood pigeon that sits on my roof – coo – COO – coo – coo – coo – coo, (yes I think being at home is making me slightly coo – coo.)
This week we are celebrating the 200th birthday of The Royal Astronomical Society which should inspire you to think about space, the universe, stars and planets. What are the questions you want to investigate this week?
How is a meteorite formed?
Will we ever be able to live on other planets?
What would a world without gravity be like?
What did the Hubble Space Telescope see on your birthday?
Can you make a rocket at home?
Is there something else you would like to investigate or make?
Share your investigations with me on your Teams page or email them into school. You can write, draw, take pictures of what you have done, make a poster, anything you like.
Have a look on The Great Science Share website if you’d like some other ideas and resources:
Have fun stargazers!