WORLD SPACE WEEK ACTIVITIES
Celebrate World Space Week from 4th October at home or in school with this fun and engaging set of worksheets. We have created 5 worksheets altogether, suitable for KS2 to KS4 students. Students can learn about planetary orbits, draw the Dragon spacecraft and the International Space Station, and calculate the distance between and size of various planets!
Your students will love working through these fun activities and they are the perfect way to get them excited about World Space Week!
Download our Cazoom Maths Space Week worksheets right away and start having some intergalactic fun. Two of the worksheets are completely free to download and so please feel free to share with your students and home learners.
REFLECT THE DRAGON SPACECRAFT!
Reflect the lines to draw the famous SpaceX Dragon Spacecraft! 🚀
DRAW THE INTERNATIONAL SPACE STATION
Recreate the International Space Station in a basic diagram made from rectangles 🌌
OUR SOLAR SYSTEM - DISTANCE
Calculate the size and distance from the Sun of different planets 🌍
OUR SOLAR SYSTEM
Use multiplicative relationships to discover the relative size of each of the 8 planets and construct them to scale using a compass!
Encourage your older learners to explore World Space Week with this investigation into elliptical orbits 🌌👩🚀