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59 resources with the concept day

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Conversions between Degrees and Radians: Charting Hours in the Day

For Students 10th - 12th Standards
Forget hours, divide the day into radians instead. Class members convert the angles in a pie chart of daily activities into radian measures. They add angle measures for multiple activities then determine a relationship between the radian...
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Leap Year

For Students 3rd - 6th Standards
What is a Leap Year and why do we have it? Find out with this Leap Day/Leap Year response to reading worksheet in which scholars read a short passage and use their new-found knowledge to answer five questions with short answers. 
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Shadows, Angles, and the Seasons

For Teachers 3rd - 7th Standards
Shine some light on the topic of seasonal change with this collection of activities. Whether it's by measuring the change in the length of their shadows, or modeling the earth's orbit around the sun using a lamp and a globe, these simple...
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Sun and Shadows

For Teachers 4th - 5th Standards
Why do shadows look different in the summer than in the winter? What causes day and night? How can a sundial be used to tell time? Answer these questions and more through two engaging lessons about light and shadows. Fourth and fifth...
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Weather and Climate

For Teachers 6th - 10th Standards
It's hot today, but is that the weather or the climate? This colorful presentation isolates both concepts to allow for better understanding by covering the positioning of the planet, making comparisons of land versus water, and looking...
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Study Jams! A Day on Earth

For Students 4th - 8th Standards
It's good thing that it isn't up to RJ to spin the earth on its axis; he can't even keep a basketball spinning! In this video animation, he and viewers learn about Earth's movements in space. One thing to consider before you use this...
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Day and Night

For Students 3rd - 4th
Expand your third graders' universe with a science activity about Earth's rotation. They read a short explanation about the direction of sunlight, then draw an arrow to indicate which way the sun is pointed at an illustration of the...
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Fifty States Field Day

For Teachers Pre-K - 12th
Students explore the 50 states in preparation for a special field day. On the actual field day, the oldest students in the school manage each of 50 physical activity stations. They share information about each state and introduce the...
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Day and Night

For Teachers 3rd - 4th
Inform your elementary scientists why we experience day and night. They are provided with facts and explanation as to why the day and night cycle occur, discuss what they've learned with a partner, and are then given the task of writing...
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Day and Night in the World

For Students 1st - 5th Standards
How do different parts of the world experience day and night? Introduce scholars to the concept of global citizenship while teaching about animal behavior with discussion of nocturnal and diurnal animals. Then, learners complete...
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Challenge Time Problems

For Students 8th
In this time problems worksheet, 8th graders solve and complete 6 different problems that include filling in data and responding to short answer questions about time. First, they determine the number of hours each child in the table...
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Earth/Sun Relationships

For Teachers 6th - 8th
Young scholars construct a model fo Earth to explain the relationships between the Sun and Earth such as day/night, change of seasons, temperature and positions. They identify key locations such as the North and South Poles, eequator,...
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When (Seasons, Day, or Night)

For Teachers K Standards
Practice identifying the setting with a reading activity. Kindergartners find the setting of a story by observing when the story takes place. They read the book Look! Snow! by Kathryn O. Galbraith and decide in which season the story...
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What Can You See in the Sky?

For Students 2nd - 4th
In this objects in the sky activity, learners will compare what they can see in the sky during the day and during the night. Students will complete 8 fill in the blank statements.
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Writing the Date

For Students 3rd - 5th
In this language arts worksheet, students identify why a comma is used between the date and the year when writing the date. Then they copy the dates listed and use a comma when necessary.
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Level 2 Fraction Sets

For Students 3rd - 4th
For this mathematics worksheet, students solve various word problems by selecting the correct fraction for each response. There are eight problems to solve on the sheet.
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Time: Month, Day, Year, Minute

For Teachers 1st - 3rd
Get all those time questions answered. Each slide contains one informative fact related to time. By the end of the slide show, your kids will know how many days and weeks are in a year, how many hours are in a day, how many minutes in an...
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Day and Night

For Teachers Pre-K - K
Good Night, Moon is a classic little ones absolutely love. It's a sweet book that can be used, as in this lesson, to start a conversation about the difference between night and day. After reading the story, the class brainstorms...
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Space Jeopardy Game

For Teachers 1st - 2nd
Students explore space. In this space instructional activity, students analyze the sky and what causes its changes. Students describe the moon patterns and use a model to show changes in its shape. Students also describe the first trip...
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Telling the Time

For Teachers 1st - 2nd
Introduce the concept of time and all its implications. Kids discover facts about minutes, seconds, days, weeks, months, and years. They label the parts of an analog and digital clock then practice telling the time to the quarter hour.
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Globe Lesson 13 - When the Day Changes

For Teachers 6th - 8th
Students explore the patterns of day and night. In this geography skills lesson, students read brief selections and examine diagrams that note the transition of day and night around the world. Students respond to the questions included...
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Time Basics Review

For Teachers 1st - 2nd
For this basic mathematics worksheet, students identify the basics of telling time. They read a watch and figure out three hours later from that time. Students also write the times given using both words and numbers for each watch shown.
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Day and Night

For Teachers 1st
First graders study that day and night result from shadows produced by Earth's rotation. Students work to show how shadows are produced, look for and identify shadows and observe shadows produced from different sources.
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Day And Night

For Teachers 1st
First graders examine how the earth experiences day and night by using a flashlight and a globe as a model.