Living in space- 4th Grade

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Practice the Words

Practice the Words -2

Peggy Whitson’s day starts at 6 o’clock in the morning. She cleans and fixes things in the house. But her house this year is not a normal house. The house is in space, 250 (two hundred and fifty) kilometers above earthPeggy is an astronaut. She lives in the World Space Station with five other astronauts. 

The Space Station is above earth. It goes around the earth 16 (sixteen) times every day. It goes so fast that it can go to the Moon and back in a day. Sixteen countries worked together to build the Station. It is very big. It’s the size of a football field. Six astronauts live in the world space station. They need to live and work together as a team. This is not easy because they know each other for only a year or two and because they come from different countries.

Peggy speaks to scientists nx4sy9xe58a00uk3f9f9.jpg on earth and does experiments.

Many times, she gets ready for spacewalks. 186766main_image_feature_894_ys_full.jpg

Living in the World Space Station is different and exciting. 

 

Word Riddles

This is where astronauts live. 

This is not special and it is not different.

It is up but not touching.

Israel, the USA and Canada are in this group.

There is one for basketball and one for English.

It is not hard.

It is not the same.

We do this before we go out.

Going to the Luna Park feels like this.

grammar

Course 2

Posessive Adjectives

Choose the right adjective
1.
I have a car. It’s
car.
2.
Mom and I have a box. It’s
box.
3.
The horse has an apple. It’s
apple.
4.
John and Max have a skateboard. It’s
skateboard.
5.
You have a dog. It’s
dog.
6.
Anna and you have a dad. It’s
dad.
7.
Linda and Sam are with
friends.
8.
He has a house.
house is in London.

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