Monday, 25 September 2017
Tuesday, 19 September 2017
The International Space Station
Use these words from the article to fill in the spaces
The International Space Station ___orbits___ Earth.
People have lived on the International Space Station since the year __2000___.
The International Space Station is made up of many ____modules_____. They provide places for __astronauts_________ to live as well as places for them to do research. _air__ locks and docking __ports____ are like doors on the space station.
Astronauts _fly__ to the space station on a ____Soyuz___ spacecraft.
____research_____ is done on the International Space Station that cannot be done on Earth.
Do you agree or disagree with these statements
The International Space Station belongs to America.
It gets its power from the sun.
People have lived on the International Space Station continuously since the year 2000.
Not all the people who have stayed on the International Space Station are astronauts.
NASA wants to send astronauts far into space in the future.
Make as many words as you can out of the letters in astronaut
Monarch Butterflies 1 ( level 3 Connected ‘Picture This’)
Read pages 30-31 then write true or false for these statements
The butterflies live in Mexico in winter
The butterflies fly 4,000 kilometres before they die.
The butterflies travel to Canada.
The butterflies have satellite transmitters on their wings so that scientists can track them.
People are paid to look out for tagged butterflies that are on a journey to or from their new home.
The butterflies like to stop for a rest when they are travelling.
Match the words and their meanings
Migration going to live somewhere else
Journey travel from one place to another
Generation a group living at the same time
Identify Recognise someone or something
Volunteers people who do some work for free
Make as many words as you can from the letters in butterflies.