Good afternoon families and friends. To start off our World Space Week adventure, the children were given the opportunity to learn a little bit about The International Space Station. Some of the facts they learned were – the space station was built in the year 2000, sent into space in three pieces and assembled in orbit. It is as big as an American football field and navigates space just outside the earth’s atmosphere (called low earth orbit), where it takes about 92 minutes to orbit the earth. They also learned that they conduct certain  science experiments there that can only be conducted in space. After this presentation and talk, the children were given the chance to colour the space station or the Hubble Telescope ( their choice ) … some of the children extended on this by constructing their interpretation of the Space Station out of Lego …  such great imagination! Other activities were large Lego, the jigsaw puzzles and outdoor free play. We look forward to seeing you all again tomorrow. Have a lovely evening.
Love from Miss Lyn & The Schoolies. 😊💖😊