For August's competition, we challenged you to build your own rocket, using materials that you can find at home. The results were space-tacular!
Ayla Parkin, age 9
Look at this gigantic rocket! Made from an old washing machine drum base, she will certainly spin to outer space!
Dallas Dhunay, age 7
The neatest recycled rocket we've ever seen. You'd never know this was made from trash! It also includes a super window for the astronauts to gaze down at Earth.
Gabriella Clarke, age 7
A lot of hard work has gone into these. Look how strong and sturdy they are! Well done Gabriella!
We love Alizee's imagination - we’ve never seen a dinosaur go to space before! She's done a clever job engineering recycled objects into different space crafts.
We hope you enjoy your Destination: Space book written by astrophysics professor Dr Christoph Englert and illustrated by Tom Clohosy Cole.
Astrid, age 8, with her alien spacecraft called Dangerous Dare!!
Harriet, age 10 with her shiny, sparkly and tall space rocket.
Rebecca, age 9, just look at that big jet engine and green thrusters! A very powerful rocket indeed.
Findlay, aged 7 with his brightly coloured rocket! Look at it soaring gracefully through the sky.
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