Free Space Topical Pack for Schools!

Free Space Topical Pack for Schools!

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Space is always a really popular topic and one which rarely fails to get the children excited. What’s not to love about uncovering space facts, space exploration and the possibility of finding life beyond the universe we know?!

Whether you’re looking at the planets as part of the curriculum or because Space Day is imminent (3rd May), our Space Topical Pack is bound to come in handy with online and paper-based activities to support your teaching and learning.

What’s in the pack?

The pack explores:

  • The planets
  • The structure of the Solar System
  • Space missions to date
  • Space missions planned for this year.

… and includes the following paper-based activities:

  • Lesson plans focused on the planets for Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2
  • A planet fact-matching activity for knowledge reinforcement
  • A Solar System modelling activity
  • A space mission firsts fact sheet
  • A planned space missions fact sheet

PLEASE NOTE: The free-to-play links to some of our engaging, interactive online activities about space only function during promotional periods, i.e. Space Week, Space Day.

Download your FREE Space Topical Pack here!

NOTE: If your school subscribes to Busy Things or you’re currently taking a trial, you’ll be able to access the Space Topical Pack by clicking on ‘Special events’ then ‘Space Day’ within the teacher tools on the welcome page.

Not a subscriber and want to see more?

If you like what you see in our FREE Space Topical Pack, you’ll love Busy Things. It offers a vast collection of interactive, curriculum-linked games and activities for 3–11-year-olds, which help make learning fun and engaging, no matter whether your focus is science, maths, English, history, geography, coding, music or art!

As a teacher, you can try it completely free for 28 days. Simply click here for a free trial!

Fancy a sneak peek now?

The ‘Label the solar system’ interactive worksheet activity is great for learning about about the planets and where they sit in relation to the Sun. Accompanied by guidance and vocabulary, it also helps pupils consolidate their learning too.

Label the solar system activity screenshot

Can your pupils remember the key facts about each planet?
Which is called the red planet?
Which has rings?

Any questions?

If you have any questions, we’d love to answer them. Contact us at or telephone us on 01332 364963, and we’ll do our very best!

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