Moon craters and meteorites

Posted by Ms. McDonald On November - 15 - 2016

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Some spectacular results today from our Science lesson. We discussed the ‘Supermoon’ appearance last night and we talked about craters on the moon’s surface and how they were formed by meteorites a long time ago. So then we went outside to investigate the formation of craters! The children really loved this lesson and made connections between the types of craters (hollows in our flour), a little meteorite (light ball) or a heavy meteorite (marble) will make on impact. It was a team effort and you can see our very own ‘moon surface’ the children created above.

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