LEARNING EXPERIENCE: Raceview State School year 2C students (from left) Trey Williams-Jones, Chloe Wood and Stella Thomas-Lark have loved playing with the Amazing Space books.
LEARNING EXPERIENCE: Raceview State School year 2C students (from left) Trey Williams-Jones, Chloe Wood and Stella Thomas-Lark have loved playing with the Amazing Space books. David Nielsen

Students embrace Amazing Space

OUR Amazing Space promotion is coming to an end - and Ipswich students agree it has been out of this world.

Raceview State School incorporated their Space Unit with the QT Amazing Space promotion.

Teacher Caroline Burkin and her class collected 55 Amazing Space books and 3D glasses and have been avidly collecting stickers to complete their books.

The fun task of making aliens was the final chapter to complete their unit.

The Amazing Space promotion comes to an end today.

Take advantage of the full page of tokens inside today's QT.

As part of the promotion, the QT is also giving youngsters the chance to win a telescope.

All you need to do is enter online to be in the draw.

The beginner telescope is perfect for introducing the young astronomer to the wonders of the night sky.

With up to 90x magnification, it can bring into focus some larger astronomical features such as the moons of Jupiter, rings of Saturn, lunar craters and some star clusters.

You can enter for your chance to win the telescope until June 10.

Visit qt.com.au/competitions/

 



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