Hands-on education is of great importance for undergraduate students studying Space Physics. In recent years, the School of Earth and Space Sciences at the University of Science and Technology of China has conducted extensive undergraduate summer professional practical education based on the advantages of the Chinese Meridian Project's chain observation. Teachers guide students in learning about the processing and analysis of observation data, take them to the Chinese Meridian Project sites, and thoroughly explain to them the numerous facets of practical education. Students learn many detecting technologies, including optical, radio, and magnetic fields, as well as the concepts of various instruments used for detection, as well as how to use scientific data and research tools and visualize the change characteristics of the near-Earth space environment during space weather events through data analysis. Finally, the students conducted a summary report of their practical education. Through participating in space physics practical education, students truly engage in scientific research, successfully overcoming the "anxiety" of initial attempts at scientific research. This not only improves their practical abilities and scientific literacy such as independent learning and teamwork but also broadens their horizons and establishes a foundation for further understanding of Space Physics.