Noticias de Misión X

  • Wir befinden uns im Weltall

    Klassenraumdeko

    Unsere Klassenraumdekoration ist FERTIG (für's erste) :)

    Wir haben jede freie Minute der letzten Tage der Deko unserer Klasse gewidmet. Aber nun sind wir sehr zufrieden mit dem Ergebnis. Überall hängen Planeten, Sterne und Raketen. Wir haben Planeten in Form von 19 Ballons in der Klasse aufgehängt und mit nummerierten Weltallwimpeln versehen. So haben wir einen guten Überblick über unser Fortkommen. Weiters ist unser selbst gemaltes Maskottchen endlich fertig und schmückt nun unsere Wand. Ein richtiger Blickfang wenn man in die Klasse schaut.

    Eulonauten 3.0
  • Découverte des scaphandres des astronautes

    Visite guidée par Thomas Pesquet

    A la découverte des scaphandres des astronautes... Avec ensuite, une visite virtuelle de l'intérieur du vaisseau de Thomas Pesquet à travers une vidéo.
    Les E.T.2 de Jean Rolland se donnent à 100% dans ce beau projet!

    Le scaphandre de l'astronaute Un travail sérieux en interdisciplinarité
  • 1st TRAINING DAY OF GASTRONAUTS

    In our first training day at 18th Primary School of Acharnes we created our own space and we painted our space-uniforms. We are now ready to start our nutrition-space journey and explore the space-world!

  • Mission X - 2018 er i gang

    Hei, hei,
    Da er vi i gang med Mission X - 2018, og Astro Charlie har startet sin tur for å nå månen! Se her for å følge med: http://trainlikeanastronaut.org/wttm
    Gleder meg til å se hva dere holder på med her på denne siden.

    Tren som en astronaut!!

    Mvh
    Hege-Merethe, NAROM

  • Spellbrook School

    This week at school we did Jump for the Moon and it went really well. Well done Emerald Class for getting a score of 90. Looking forward to next week's activity.

  • Spellbrook School

    This week at school we did Jump for the Moon and it went really well. Well done Emerald Class for getting a score of 90. Looking forward to next week's activity.

  • Station d'hydratation!

    classer des échantillons du mieux hydraté à la déshydratation

    L'importance de bien s'hydrater pour accomplir sa mission et pour vivre en bonne santé!

    observation, hypothèses, réflexion,... réfléchissons Bien hydrater son corps c'est prendre soin de ses organes Les organes bien hydratés
  • Space Turtles and Glupschi are starting their way to the moon !

    Mit viel Begeisterung und Motivation starteten die SPACE TURTLES die beiden ersten Challenges! Um das Fitnessprogramm zu steigern, hatten die Kinder die Idee in ihren Raumanzügen (=Schianzügen) die Übungen auszuführen. Der Ehrgeiz stieg von Lauf zu Lauf! Alle Kinder wollten die persönliche Bestzeit steigern. Agilität und Koordination vorhanden!

  • Starke Mäuse im Weltall

    Heute entdeckten die Weltraummäuse der 3.b was einem echten "Maustronauten" im Weltall die nötige Energie verleiht ...
    Mit Arbeitsblättern erfuhren die Kinder mehr über Nährstoffe, Kalorien, Vitamine ... und natürlich auch, warum man im Weltall nicht so oft auf die Toilette gehen kann ...
    Und natürlich wurde für das persönliche "Logbuch" jedes Kindes eine Titelblatt-Weltraummaus gezeichnet!

  • We started the Mission

    Am15.1.2018 überraschte uns unsere Fr. Lehrerin gleich in der Früh mit einem total lustigen Spiel.

    In unserer Klasse spielen wir gerne Schere - Stein - Papier und da heute der Start von Mission X - Train like an astronaut ist spielten wir Ufo - Alien - Astronaut. Kurz gesagt UAA. :)

    Wir suchten uns Bewegungen aus und hatten jede Menge Spaß. Danach bekamen wir alle unsere Missionsmappe von unserer Frau Lehrerin welche wir daraufhin gleich mit unserem Maskottchen schmückten. Wir waren sooo neugierig, dass wir auch gleich begonnen haben die eine oder andere Mission zu lesen und in den Pausen nur noch davon sprachen, was wir denn da so alles tun werden.

  • Affronauten

    Die Affronauten starten mit Lichtgeschwindigeit in das Abenteuer Mission X!

  • Getting the hang of our Missions now!

    After completing the Speed of Light Mission X Challenge we were so enthusiastic about training like an astronaut that we completed another challenge as well. All the child tried extremely hard throughout the challenge which is evident by the final photograph showing how tired they all were after completing the challenge.

  • First Mission X Challenge for St John Fisher and St Thomas More

    We completed our first Mission in Science club after school today. The children loved it! Test their reactions and challenging themselves to improve their reaction times to be as fast as astronauts need to be. Great fun had by all.

  • Weltraumturnen

    Es war zwar noch keine "Mission" im Speziellen, aber bei der Weltraum-Turnstunde mit Reiner Reitinger vom Institut Bewegtes Lernen hatten die Weltraummäuse der 3.b viel, viel Spaß ...

  • Training day for Happynauts

    On Friday 12/1/18 our little students of Chatzivei Kindergarden
    School walked the distance of 1600m in our nearby park.
    Patience,persistence and strenght were the characteristics
    that Happynauts demonstrated to accomplish thiw mission.
    Happynauts are ready for their next mission!!!

  • Ready for Takeoff !!

    Wir sind das Internationalteam of Hamburg und leben im Süden Hamburgs, Deutschland. Unsere Familien kommen aus Spanien, Rumänien, Syrien, Schottland, Äthiopien, Griechenland, Bosnien, Türkei, Palästina, Libanon, Ukraine, Kasachstan, Polen und natürlich auch aus Deutschland.

    "Ich finde es toll, dass wir mitmachen und so viel Sport machen. Ich liebe Sport". ( Till )
    "Ich finde Astronauten richtig cool weil sie den Weltraum erforschen. ( Penelope )
    " Ich würde gerne wissen, wie sich die Schwerelosigkeit in der ISS anfühlt. " ( Andrei )
    " Ich finde es spannend, wie die ISS von innen aufgebaut ist." ( Emily )
    " Ich wusste gar nicht, dass die Sojus-Rakete so schnell fliegt. " ( Jasmin )

    Wir sind begeistert, wie viele Länder weltweit teilnehmen und sind stolz, dass wir auch dabei sind.

  • Die Weltraum-Mäuse stellen sich vor ...

    Ich habe eine Maus geseh'n,
    die wollt' auf Weltraumreise geh'n ...
    SO begann der Traum vom Weltall!

  • MissionX participates in Athens Marathon

    MissionX fans participate in Athens Authentic Marathon (12.11.2017)

  • Arihant International School-Prof Rajesh Dubey

    Arihant International School

    Combination of Physical fitness and brilliant minds. Boys of Arihant International School took the challenge to do as much as exercise as they can. After their lectures they gathered in the school auditorium and worked out. They started with jogging, warming up them and then..... limitless work out. Pushups, stretches, situps and all that can be done. Keep doing great... Claps...claps...claps.

    Arihant International School Arihant International School Arihant International School
  • Affronauten

    Die Affronauten der 3a starten in das Abenteuer "Mission X"!

  • Pushup,Commander Crunches-ARIHANT INTERNAIONAL SCHOOL ,Nahan H.P

    Boys Rock

    Boys of Arihant International School, Nahan H.P, India, performed the task of Commander Crunches and push ups. They proved that they are strong and fit. They are motivating others. They proved that they are less than no one. The boys will be doing same everyday to keep them fit and healthy. Boys Rock !

  • Girls Rock-ARIHANT INTERNAIONAL SCHOOL -Prof Rajesh Dubey

    Girls Rock

    Girls of Arihant International School, Nahan H.P, India, performed the task of Body Wight Squats. They proved that they are strong and fit. They are happy and smiling. Boys boost up their morals standing next to them. They proved that they are less than no one. May God Bless these girls lots of energy, happiness and intelligence. Girls Rock !

    Girls Rock Girls Rock
  • Eisbären sind Startklar

    Wir sind bereit, alle Eisbären der Grundschule am Kiefernberg sind startklar und können es kaum erwarten loszulegen. Wir sind gespannt und voller Erwartung den Mond zu erreichen.

    Ein herzliches Moin Moin aus Hamburg an alle Mission X Teilnehmer!

    Die Eisbären

  • Die Mondindianer machen sich startbereit :-)

    Diesen Freitag geht es los!!! Die Mondindianer aus der Döhrnstraße in Hamburg freuen sich schon und sind gespannt.

  • Die Mondindianer machen sich startbereit :-)

    Dieses Woche geht es für die Mondindianer aus der Döhrnstraße am Freitag los.
    Wir beginnen zunächst damit uns fit zu machen und werden weiter an dieser Stelle berichten.

    Wir freuen uns schon sehr!

  • Beavers Class Prepares for Training

    Hi,

    We're Team Beaver, a Year 3 class from Hawthorn Tree Primary School in Boston and we're getting ready to Train like an astronaut with Mission X. Can't tell you how excited we all are. Photos on their way soon.
    Let the countdown begin!

  • Energetic Astronauts!

    The Food Pyramid!

    The Italian Space Cadets discovered that the most important spacecraft is....themselves! They learned that fuel for your bodies is called calories and you get them from food and drinks. They also studied the Food Pyramid, a flexible guide to a healthy and balanced diet. They made a class food pyramid and wrote a personalised ideal food plan.
    Now in the canteen, the Cadets are supporting each other to make sure they consume the right amount of food from the pyramid shelves.

    Watch out everyone! With the right amount of rocket fuel in their spacecrafts, those Cadets will RACE to the MOON!

    Go Mission X Italy!
    Go the Italian Space Cadets!

  • Wir sind dabei und bereiten uns vor......

    Bald geht es los und die Realschule aus Köln- Godorf ist das erste Mal dabei und freut sich für das große Ziel mitzuhelfen.
    Viele Grüße

    aus Deutschland

  • The breakfast of astronaut

    Last Tuesday the Happynaut 2018 began their mission for new year.First of all, they were
    informed about life conditions in space and then they prepared and they ate the healthy breakfast of astronaut.

  • The breakfast of astronaut

    Last Tuesday the Happynaut 2018 began their mission for new year.First of all, they were
    informed about life conditions in space and then they prepared and they ate the healthy breakfast of astronaut.

  • Jessie Younghusband Base Station Walk Back

    On Thursday 11th January, all of the JYS Y5 pupils made their way out in to the cold and on to the playground. At 35m x 15m, we calculated that one circuit of the playground was 100m. They did 4 laps at a brisk walk, and then jogged 4. After catching their breaths, they then jogged at least another 8 to reach their mile. Some of the fitter and more determined managed a total of 12 laps!
    We are very proud of the achievement of the children who were careful to ensure that they supported each other during this mission.

  • Do a spacewalk

  • Jump to the Moon

  • Speed of the light

  • Taste in Space

  • Living Bones, Strong Bones

  • Hydratation Station

    Hydratation Station
  • Explore the sky...

    The Solar System from Toronto...after many nights on one year, 55 photos to take for a certificate in this field, 55 others observations and 125 mathematical problems in astrophysics...we have still have a lot to learn! ????
    We took pictures of Antares, Betelgeuse, Uranus, Mars, Jupiter, our Moon, Sun etc.

    Antares Mars
  • Expériences sur la pression atmosphérique

    expériences sur la pression atmosphérique

    Expériences étonnantes réalisées en classe avec Monsieur Mahieu pour mieux comprendre la pression atmosphérique.

    sciences et étonnement!
  • St George's Stars littlest trainee astronauts!

    The Nursery children were learning that you have to be physically strong and active when training to be an astronaut. We decided to do some 'Peake Liftoff' burpees to improve our strength and coordination. We did so well we will have to show the older children how to do them! We know that you need strong muscles to explore the surface of the moon so we will continue to do these burpees in preparation!

  • Choose My Plate/Healthy Eating of the Astronaut

    The Food that we eat provides the body with energy. With the energy that the body uses each day is important for good nutrition.
    We learned about Healthy eating and the food groups the Astronauts and us as individuals must choose to eat.
    In our adapted version we learned the food groups that we must choose. Fruits,Vegetables, Proteins,Grains and Dairy.
    The Group had food [lates and looked through magazines and pasted onto plates. Then they were asked where on a handout that was labeled where each group was. Finally they were asked what are good foods or Junk.

  • The count down!

    We have started the count down and Team Sweden has almost 300 students who are eager to work hard helping Astro Charlie to reach the moon - and learn a lot more about space! The students are from Alafors, Upplands Väsby, Kristianstad, Bandhagen, Kållered and Tomelilla.

    It will be exciting to follow you all here on the blog!

    Mission X - GO, GO, GO

    Marianne, Teknikens Hus

  • Welcome back to Earth Paolo!

    Italian Astronauts Paolo Nespoli, Samantha Cristoforetti and Luca Parmitano

    Ciao Paolo Nespoli!
    Welcome back to Earth!
    We are so incredibly proud of you and all that you accomplished with Missione Vita.
    The Italian Space Cadets monitored your work on the ISS and often watched you and your crew fly over Trento, Italy. We watched you in our classroom as you landed back on Earth with the Soyuz! What a ride! We cheered when you came out!

    Keep up the great work and thanks a million for inspiring us!
    The Italian Space Cadets.

  • ARIHANT INTERNAIONAL SCHOOL MARATHON

    Women Empowerment

    About 500 people from our small city Nahan in Distt Sirmour H.P, India gathered to run. The event simultaneously marked Women Empowerment. Students-staff of Arihant International School and citizens all run for a complete round of the city almost 4.5 km path. The total distance run in an hour is therefore 2250 km. What a great achievement and successful event for noble cause. Lets make our youth fit and Marathon is the best event which provide this opportunity to mass. Love your city, love your country and therefore first love your health and therefore stay fit. Run for Tim and for our astronauts.

    Nahan Marathon by AIS Nahan Marathon-AIS
  • Energy of an Astronaut-Prof Rajesh Dubey

    Students of Arihant international School participated actively in the task "Energy of an Astronaut". Boys run on single foot, girls run to and fro in an auditorium sized 1/10 of ISS. Cheers to all.

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    Students of Arihant international School participated actively in the task "Energy of an Astronaut". Boys run on single foot, girls run to and fro in an auditorium sized 1/10 of ISS. Cheers to all.

  • Explore and discover

    What a fun first day back - and what a way to start off the school year! We set up the hall with obstacles (benches) and the children worked with their partner to check their resting heartbeat. The "medic" then supervised the "explorers" as they retrieved items of different masses (ranging from a bean bag to a metal base of a tennis net!) and carried them past obstacles to return them to their "base". Heart rates were checked, and then the items returned.
    Time was spent exploring how to bend knees to lift, rather than bending forward, and all of the class were able to take part in both parts of the challenge; taking turns to be "medic" or "explorer".

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