Solar Eclipse Teacher Resources
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Seventh graders have a chance to actively see each phase of the moon and make connections to what they see in the sky when you show how the moon goes through each of the phases.
Students compare two objects at different distances. They explore the concept that distance affects how we perceive the size of objects.
Eighth graders explore the reasons why they believe scientific ideas are true. They think critically rather than accept everything they are told without question.
Eighth graders develop collaborative work skills through small group interactions. They create an oral folktale that describes a natural phenomenon (rain, thunder etc.) They use 1 metaphor and 1 simile in their oral fable.
Students are awaken to their surroundings. They gain a greater access of how their city was formed. Students assess the human impact on the land. They comprehend the cultural diversity of the city.
In this space science worksheet, middle schoolers find the answers to the questions concerning the topic of the sun and they label the diagram for the sun.
Learners study the moon and its shadows. In this moon instructional activity students complete a lab activity that shows the different shadows and answer questions.
This science trivia activity gives the students 66 science trivia questions and answers. Students are to cut out the questions an fold them in half. The question is on one side and the answer is on the other side. This could be fun for students to use in the same form as they would use flash cards. The trivia is all science related but from all branches of science.