Apollo 11 Moon Landing Newspaper Reports Task PowerPoint

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  • As a warm-up activity to writing newspaper reports.

    , Mar 13th
Apollo 11 Moon Landing Newspaper Reports Task PowerPoint

Apollo 11 Moon Landing Newspaper Reports Task PowerPoint - This task PowerPoint is a fantastic resource you can use to help teach your children about the Apollo 11 space mission and moon landing and to test the knowledge they may already possess!
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