Celebrate World Space Week 2018 with 3 free Mars themed lesson plans

 
Space Week on BrainPOP

Ever wondered what it would be like to walk around on Mars?

Schools around the globe will be celebrating World Space Week 2018, which begins on Thursday on 4th October.

World Space Week is the largest public space event on Earth with more than 3,700 events in 80 countries.

The 2018 theme of “Space Unites The World” seeks to be an "...international celebration of the contribution of space science and technology to the betterment of the human condition. "

It's the perfect time to study space, its exploration, and our place in the universe.

Mars topic on BrainPOP

We’ve got a galaxy’s worth of classroom Space resources on both BrainPOP Jr. and BrainPOP to bring your lessons to life.

Subscribers can log in and start exploring right away (don’t have a password? Request a free trial). You’ll find a huge range of materials on a diverse set of topics from Jupiter to comets to Moon phases.

Mars is one of our most popular subjects so we thought it might be useful to give away a 3 part series of lesson ideas to support teaching about the famous Red Planet.

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4 quick and simple Mars lesson ideas

A simple pick up and play set of lesson stimulus for all ages


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Force, Gravity, Revolution, and Rotation Lesson Plan

A ‘Forces’ lesson about Mars using our ‘Build a Solar System’ game


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Create our Solar System lesson idea

Blast off from Mars into the Solar system and learn about Learn about scale, distance, and ratio, and the order of the planets in our solar system