We Share the Same Moon is a free online resource for science educators around the globe to champion the use of storytelling as a stimulus for science learning.
In March 2021 we will be exploring the theme: What is Light? A series exploring light and associated science concepts from UK curriculum such as reflection, life and growth, and our Moon. These three free sessions will be offered to teachers and their classrooms or homeschoolers on Fridays during the month beginning the week of British Science Week.
These sessions will be run jointly by Cassandra Wye, Storyteller and Creator of We Share the Same Moon and Lucinda Offer Education and Outreach Officer for the Royal Astronomical Society.
Light and Reflection - listen to a story of light and reflection with Cassandra and do an activity on reflection with Lucinda.
Friday 12 March at 10 - 11am
Early Years and Foundation Stage (3 - 5 years)
Register here for We Share the Same Moon - Light and Reflection session.
Light and Plants - listen to a story about light and growth with Cassandra and learn about an activity of growing pumpkin seeds at home with Lucinda.
Friday 19 March at 10 - 11am
For Key Stage One (5 - 7 years)
Register here for We Share the Same Moon - Light and Plants session.
Light and Moon phases - Listen to a story about light and our Moon with Cassandra and learn more about Moon phases with Lucinda.
Friday 26 March 10 - 11am
For Key Stage Two (7 - 11 years)
Register here for We Share the Same Moon - Light and Moon phases session.