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31st March 2000 at 01:00
Mark Wilson, an advisory teacher for ICT in Leeds, recommends thescience section of,a Switzerland-basedsite which includes avast range of mostly free resources.

"To teach night and day,or the Earth in space atlate key stage 2, we ca either use a darkened room, a tennis ball, abeach ball and a torch,or we can go to Choose the astronomyand space option, thenthe Earth and Moon viewer, and watch real-time pictures taken bysatellites way up in the heavens."

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