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July 08, 2019
Our new First Space Book introduces children to the fascinating goings on in the universe we live in. This first reference book condenses an infinitely enormous subject into the perfect size read for children aged 5+, with all of the out-of-this-world information they need, and more!
First Space Book contains beautifully illustrated pages about a great variety of topics that will spark your child’s curiosity about space and space exploration. Check out this great double-page spread about mars exploration below.
With such up-to-date information, you and your child can learn about about the most current missions to other planets and latest advances in space technology. The quirky cartoons will help your child remember the facts and will keep them engaged when more tricky topics are being covered.
Each spread has an activity for your child to complete which is a great way to get them excited about learning new information and retaining it. For example, on this “Mission Mars” spread your child can develop their artistic and creative mind by drawing their own interpretation of a space base!
All of the activities throughout the book will compliment your child’s science lessons at Key Stage 1.
The book comes with a beautiful solar system poster (seen below) which includes a plethora of interesting facts and colourful cartoons that will entertain your child as well as deepen their understanding of our solar system. The poster can be displayed on a wall, or can be folded up and kept in the pouch in the front of the book.
With the 50th anniversary of the first moon landing coming up on 20th July, it’s a very important time for children to think about space and the amazing achievements of astronauts many years ago. This book is a fantastic introduction to an important STEM subject, encouraging budding young astronauts to explore beyond the Earth they inhabit and dream big about their future!
Take a closer look at the book here.
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