Teaching resource

Borrow the Moon – activity 7: Meteorite hunters

Pupils will learn about where meteorites come from, how they form and what the different classifications of meteorites are. Suitable for 7 to 11 years.

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Activity 7 - Lesson plan (PDF)

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Activity 7 - 7.1 Meteorite hunter activity (PDF)

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Activity 7 - 7.2 Classification cards (PDF)

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Activity 7 - Meteorite hunters presentation (PDF)

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Activity 7 includes a lesson plan, student activity and a teacher’s presentation.

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