This Mars: Inside SpaceX printable homeschool worksheet is an easy way to keep kids of all ages focused on the documentary from Disney+.
I've shared in our How to Homeschool guide that we rely on streaming shows + our own homemade printable homeschool worksheets for science and history. For older kids, they offer comprehension insights and writing practice. For littler ones, they make for great parent-guided discussion points.
As a former teacher, I know how to whip up a worksheet in no time. Generally, I research the show to see main plot points that are covered and write out questions focusing on those. I prefer to have the worksheets printed out BEFORE we start watching the show as a family, but if I can't find enough content to accomplish that, I simply write it up as we watch the show together and then I go over it with them afterwards.
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- Where to stream Mars: Inside SpaceX? Disney+
- What age is this Mars: Inside SpaceX printable homeschool worksheet appropriate for? Grade 3-8
- Example question: What was SpaceX's first model? What happened to it?
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This Mars: Inside SpaceX printable homeschool worksheet is meant to be filled out while watching the show. It has 6 simple questions that are appropriate for the whole family, including a long-form thoughtful response area. It also includes an answer guide.
Our answer guides are thorough, to make it as easy as possible for parents to see that their children understood the premise of the questions and their respective answers. We recommend being lenient with grading and encouraging out-of-the-box thinking.
More Mars: Inside SpaceX Fun for Further Learning
- Since releasing Mars: Inside SpaceX, the company wrapped up their first historic crewed mission with the return of Crew Dragon to Cape Canaveral.
- Part of Iron Man 2 was shot inside the SpaceX factory. Tony Stark is said to have been modelled after him.
- SpaceX uses a launch abort system that can eject the crew away from the launch vehicle in case of emergency.
- In a SpaceX vessel, the astronauts themselves can set their preferred temperature between 65 and 80 degrees.
- Elon Musk fully intends to start a human-populated city on Mars within the next ten years.
- Mark Zuckerberg hired SpaceX to transport a Facebook satellite into orbit in 2016, but it exploded on the launch pad.
- SpaceX rockets cost less than one-third of comparable NASA rockets.
Will your family use this Mars: SpaceX printable? If not, what homeschool worksheets would you like? Let me know and I just may create one for you!