The children in Dolphins enjoyed an engaging astronaut day, this week. On arrival, the children had to make a passport for a very special journey to the moon. After passing border control the children took flight and geared up, ready for a moon exploration. The children sat on board the shuttle, worked in the control room and collected moon rock samples for analysis. After their trip, the children took part in astronaut training. They climbed the anti-gravity ropes, climbed ladders into the shuttle and slid down the emergency escape slide. In the afternoon the children made their own helmets and learnt about the life of Neil Armstrong.
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