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Moon Olympics

Moon Olympics Scholastic Space University offers the interactive "Moon Olympics," an amusing activity that can teach critical thinking skills by asking students to predict what it would be like to play sports like golf, diving, weightlifting, skateboarding, and sky diving on the moon. The other
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Moon Olympics


Scholastic Space University offers the interactive "Moon Olympics," an amusing activity that can teach critical thinking skills by asking students to predict what it would be like to play sports like golf, diving, weightlifting, skateboarding, and sky diving on the moon. The other component is a list of links to facts about the planets in our solar system, including the recently demoted-from-planet-status Pluto.

Scholastic

• Learning Games • Audio • Pictures and/or Illustrations


• Middle School Elementary School

Kim Middendorf

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