Children can go on space adventure in science and storytelling

Lancashire Post   February 25, 2019

A spokesman for the We Share the Same Moon event said: “Join Storyteller Cassandra Wye and Astronomer Megan Argo on an amazing science and storytelling adventure – to the Moon and back.

“It celebrates the 50th Anniversary of the Lunar Landing through Science and Story.

“The event will start with observing the Moon through Alston’s telescopes – weather permitting, followed by storytelling in the Planetarium, and finish with making a Moon model to take home.”

The We Share the Same Moon project is a collaboration between storyteller Cassandra Wye and astrophysicist Megan Argo.

Their website contains many resources:

  • over 30 stories, organized by age range (Ages 3-4  through Adults) and by country (from North and South America, Europe and Asia), downloadable as Word, pdf and audio
  • 4 signed stories
  • Science activities (by curriculum level)

A note from the developers:

“We want to know how useful this website is.

Help us to find this out –  by filling in this form (wordpdfpages) – and be part of  an evaluation of our website – with as many people and places as possible around the world.

In return – we will send you exclusive access to images, videos and activities that are not on the website – to help you to make the most out of your event.

Please complete the attached form and send to Cassandra Wye: cassandra.wye@gmail.com “

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