Science with Mrs Haigh

Yesterday in Science with Mrs Haigh we recreated the surface of the moon with flour and coco powder. We dropped some pegs into the mixture and removed them at the end of the lesson to see that it had still left a mark! This is similar to what happened when the first man, Neil Armstrong, landed on the moon. Still to this day, his footprints are engrained onto the surface of the moon because there is no wind or weather to remove it. His famous words will also last a lifetime: One small step for man, one giant leap for mankind. Neil Armstrong has literally made a dent in the universe! He must have been over the moon! 🙂

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