23rd June 2000 at 01:00
Most of the activities are original, but "Mount Nose" is adapted from the GEMs materials of the Laurence Hall of Science, California, by Lynda Hatch, Boeing Distinguished Professor of Science Education, Washington State University.

Stories adapted from Keepers of the Earth; Native American Stories and Environmental Activities for Children, by Michael J Caduto and Joseph Bruchac, published by Fulcrum Inc., Golden, Colorado.

For more information and ideas try the Native American Educational Trust, which has just opened a resource centre. For a teacher's uide, send SAE to NAET, 21 Little Preston St, Brighton BN1 2HQ. Tel: 01273 328357. E-mail:


These go beyond the National Curriculum in presenting the planets of the Solar System and other concepts


Nine Planets

The Solar System


Space telescope



Your weight on other worlds


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