China's Zhurong rover takes its first drive on Mars…. Have you heard of this latest amazing news??
Reach for the stars or even land in the International Space Station is just one of the ways that we are keeping kids that are in home quarantine and not going out to school to continuously be involved in STEM activities. Many kids are learning at home right now, and hands-on activities are especially important to keep them continuously engaged and learning. Hence, this mission to Mars is giving kids an opportunity to feel what it’s like to be part of a space crew in a fun learning journey!
Through this adventurous MISSION TO MARS 1.0 & 2.0 workshops, learners will be:
engaged in a special space mission
immersed in the amazing work of the Space Agency such as NASA
enhanced in STEM literacy
inspired with more STEM related careers
Mission to Mars 1.0
Can you find Orion the Hunter?
To understand the importance of stars and constellations before and now
To identify different constellations
How do astronauts breathe?
To understand the importance of a spacesuit for an astronaut
To identify some physical training that astronauts undergo
To make a lung model that represents the astronauts when in space
How will we land on Mars?
To understand how do objects land on Mars
To identify different landers launched to Mars
To create a lander using engineering and creativity designs
Come and explore our favourite experiments, engineering challenges and demonstrations with these fun hands-on Space themed activities! Materials are provided with most activities up to 2 hours, and the STEM learning is limitless!