If your 6 to 9 year old is fascinated with space, then this theme pack is perfectly aged just for them. Featuring 3 issues from Ask and Click, young readers will discover the solar system in all its glory, including articles on gravity, the moon, and looking at the night sky, as well as fun activities such as how to build a fizzy rocket.
This theme pack contains 3 issues and is aimed at children 6 to 9 years old. It features:
Exploring Our Solar System: It’s a bird, it’s a plane… it’s Ask, in outer space! “Our Weird Neighborhood” explains how our solar system formed and what our neighboring planets are doing right now. Complete the “Suiting Up for Space” astronaut and you’ll be dressed for success for an intergalactic journey. Those crazy comets! Once thought to predict future disasters, these gassy, icy balls of dirt with tails are now just interesting sights in the night sky. On July 20, 1969, the astronauts of Apollo 11 became the first humans to walk on the moon. You can read step-by-step how these Space Age pioneers completed their historic journey.
So Many Moons: Features include: Making Moons, Life Without Gravity, Home Sweet Moon, Loony Moons, Build a Fizzy Rocket
Looking at the Night Sky: Why is the moon like a big bike reflector? Where does stardust come from? Why are winter nights so long? Where in the sky should you look for the Big Dipper? You’ll find out when you meet an astronomer and explore the night sky in this issue of Click.