Imagining History (in Color!)
by Stella Castilla and Alana Pedalino
Encourage your students to imagine what humankind’s first moonwalk looked like with this fun and free downloadable worksheet inspired by Ordinary People Change the World: I Am Neil Armstrong.
Did you know that there are surprisingly few photographs of Neil Armstrong on the moon? Most of the pictures you’ll find are of his co-explorer, Buzz Aldrin. But today, your students can help fix that!
Encourage your students to imagine history and commemorate this awesome moment in scientific discovery by drawing Neil Armstrong on the moon! Then they can practice their writing skills by answering some thought-provoking questions in complete sentences.
Download the free printable worksheet here:
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