Get children reading and talking about reading with these challenges.
Everyone wants to be in Miss Wacky’s class – she is a-ma-ZING! She’s really good at surprises but no one could ever have guessed what
A simple story structure sheet for Space Story.
Cut out the sentences and arrange the main events of Space story: Miss Wacky's day out in the correct order.
Read through the closing thought with the children and talk about the ideas in it.
This retelling of Space Story comes from storyteller Therese Collins. Talk to the children about how stories can change with every retelling.
Let the children demonstrate how well they’ve understood Space Story: Miss Wacky’s Day Out with these comprehension questions.
Teach personification in poetry with this charming poem from Joshua Seigal.
Talking about the size of the universe is a great time to improve children’s vocabulary relating to size.
Develop children’s understanding of the main characters in Space Story with these fun crew profile sheets.
Write the character’s own thoughts and ideas inside the outline; write other people’s thoughts and ideas about the character on the outside.
Play this fun game to help with the concept of position and movement.
Practise number skills with these space-themed activity sheets for KS1.
Use this sheet to develop children’s subject vocabulary and support writing activities.
Story starter: Marcus Bole is left on the Moon but what happens next?
Learn about the Father of Science, Sir Isaac Newton with this short biography.
Create a map of your favourite constellation.
Our space fact cards are packed with information about all of the planets in our solar system.
Our downloadable space fact card templates make great class displays and are perfect for children to use when presenting their findings to the class.
These image-only space fact cards are ready for children to add their own facts. Use on the whiteboard or on tablet computers.
Nikky Smedley tells the story of Space Girl.
Reinforce number bonds with these space-themed activity sheets for KS1.
This collection of nebulas will be great inspiration for music, art and poetry.
Show the children the risk assessment form you use for school visits.
Reward your Early Years and KS1 storytellers with this Space Story themed certificate.
Introduce children to Isaac Newton’s discoveries and develop listening skills at the same time with this entertaining radio play.
Reward your KS2 storytellers with this Space Story themed certificate.
Our ‘Storytelling prompts’ for Space story: Miss Wacky's day out are the perfect accompaniment to your storytelling lessons. These prompts come with keyword phrases from the story.
Our ‘Storytelling prompts’ for Space story: Miss Wacky's day out are the perfect accompaniment to your storytelling lessons. These prompts come with keywords.
Our ‘Storytelling prompts’ for Space story: Miss Wacky's day out are the perfect accompaniment to your storytelling lessons. These pictorial prompts come without any text.
Use our step-by-step guide to setting up a Twitter account.
A quick guide to Twitter speak.
Marcus met a new friend on the moon. This profile picture can be used when setting up a Twitter account for an alien that you
Recreate our Space Story adventure with this editable playscript.
Information and activity ideas based on Add Hox: Spaceman Scientist by Cleo Mussi.
The transcript of Episode 2 of Amadeus Jones' radio play to use alongside ‘The fall guy’ from the Space topic.
Dice templates for the ‘Let's find Marcus’ maths game.
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