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"I love the resources, they're nicely linked to curriculum objectives and easy to pick up. Especially good for the
science-phobic amongst us as the ideas are all there."
Kay Wilkie, Year 6 teacher
Make a solar system
Linking to the topics Earth and space, year 5 and P6 pupils will learn the order of the planets by building their own version of the solar system using our fab Whizz Pop Bang graphics. Just print them out, add paper, scissors and glue, and your astronauts-in-training will do the rest. It’s out of this world!
This pack includes:
- A differentiated lesson plan
- A PowerPoint presentation explaining what a planet is
- A printable template to make the solar system
- A printable mnemonic
- Two guided reading spreads: Interview with a Martian (sort of!) and the sensational scientist Nicolaus Copernicus
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