Investigate the importance of the first Moon landing and work like a scientist.
- Celebrate space exploration as an era of world importance by exploring, with us, our fascinating exhibition galleries and discover why Australia played a vital role in the 1969 Moon landing.
- Train just like an astronaut team and learn to drive our mBots for a lunar challenge.
- Think, plan and act like scientists by conducting an experiment to make a semi-elastic material…a bouncy ball to take back to school. It’s messy and fun!
Every school receives:
- The semi-elastic bouncy balls made by the learners to take back to school
- See, Think, Wonder thinking routine lenticular bookmark
- The ‘Sky this Month’ star chart showing where to look for the Moon.
Until June 30 2020, program activities include educator-led active exploration of the Apollo 11 exhibition.
From July 1 2020 through to June 30 2021, program activities include educator-led active exploration of curated artefacts and interactives from the Apollo 11 exhibition.
Plan Your Experience
- MAAS - Certificate of Currency - 1.7.19 - 30.6.20 PDF
- 2019-20 Powerhouse Museum WHS Risk Assessment DET format PDF
NSW Incorporating Australian Curriculum
|ST1-1VA||shows interest in and enthusiasm for science and technology, responding to their curiosity, questions and perceived needs, wants and opportunities|
|ST1-4WS||investigates questions and predictions by collecting and recording data, sharing and reflecting on their experiences and comparing what they and others know|
|ST1-8ES||describes some observable changes that occur in the sky and landscape|