Lunar Explorer


  • Describe this creature’s appearance. Think about the colour, shapes and texture. (This Grammar Warm Up activity could be used.)
  • How do you feel about this creature? Why?
  • Where did it come from?
  • Is it real? Hold a debate and convince your classmates that it is/isn’t real.
  • What is its name?
  • How do you think it behaves? What is its personality like?
  • If you had to take care of this creature, what would you do? How would you find out more about what it needs/likes/dislikes?
  • Write ‘A Guide to Caring For [insert name of creature]’ now that you know how to look after it.
  • Why is the image called ‘Lunar Explorer’? What does ‘lunar’ mean? Does this give you any clues about where it’s from, or where it is?

Credit: Krakazyabra Art

  • Mollie
    Posted at 15:20h, 24 February Reply

    It was light grey like a smooth peeble found on the beach, right by the sea. Apple toned eyes that glistened like new born stars. A silver dome shaped Jewel lay in the middle of its forehead almost dulling down the sparkle of its eyes, but not quite. Little swirly designs wondered around the face. Small dots scattered around its body. Two antennas poking out of the top. It was small; it would fit snugly in your palms. Not saying much though. Just robotic like squeaking sounds with an almost alien like undertone. I knew what it was it was….
    It Was The Lunar Explorer

    • ouapicture
      Posted at 19:56h, 24 February Reply

      Beautiful description, Mollie. I love ‘almost dulling down the sparkle of its eyes, but not quite’. ✨

    • Ninja
      Posted at 07:22h, 20 November Reply

      Well done☺

  • Ninja
    Posted at 07:19h, 20 November Reply

    It looks amazing and think about the name…

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