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The Moon Landing
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Today we are finding out about the Moon landings. Use these links to help you with your research. Make sure you write things down because you will be writing a diary entry from the point of view of Neil Armstrong later in the week. Try to imagine what it might have been like for the astronauts taking part on the mission.
Space for Kids website.
Footage from the BBC of Neil Armstrong landing on the Moon.
Video clip of the men who landed on the moon from the BBC.
Another website about the Moon landing.
This week is the World Education Games:
Your mission is to play 20 games of Maths, Spelling and Science and see how well you can do!
There are leaderboards for just our school, the UK and the World.
Can you become a champion of our school?
Logon using your Mathletics login and password at: http://www.3plearning.com/worldeducationgames/
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