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Rocket launch investigation
A fun investigation for year 5 and P6, linking to the topic properties and changes of materials and properties and uses of substances, which uses vitamin tablets and water as the fuel to make a rocket launch. Pupils will plan a fair test and record what happens.
This downloadable pack includes:
A differentiated lesson plan which includes a scientific explanation.
A PowerPoint presentation explaining how a rocket launches, as well as a quick teacher-led experiment.
A printable group planning sheet.
A rocket template to print.
Three printable texts to use for guided reading, including an interview with astronaut Tim Peake.
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