We found 37 resources with the concept lunar eclipse
Why Isn't There an Eclipse Every Month?
6th - 8th CCSS: Adaptable
Searching for an eclipse activity that sends scholars over the moon? Try an interesting interactive to get their minds active! The resource, part of an extensive Space series from PBS Learning Media, uses modeling and data analysis to...
Eclipse Over America — Predicting Eclipses
3 mins 6th - 8th CCSS: Adaptable
It's easy to find out in today's world when the next eclipse will be, but what about thousands of years ago? Junior astronomers discover how the Babylonians used lunar observations to accurately predict future eclipses through an...
What's the Difference between a Solar and Lunar Eclipse?
5 mins 6th - Higher Ed CCSS: Adaptable
Is your class in the dark about what happens during solar and lunar eclipses? Help them see the light using a fun physics video! The narrator explains and illustrates both types of eclipse, then offers three handy methods for remembering...
Craziest Eclipses in the Solar System
5 mins 9th - Higher Ed CCSS: Adaptable
Have you ever wondered what a solar eclipse looks like ... on Mars? Explore eclipses throughout the solar system with a video from a comprehensive playlist that covers many physics concepts. With images and conceptual drawings, viewers...
What Are Eclipses? Solar Eclipse and Lunar Eclipse
9 mins 6th - 12th CCSS: Adaptable
Take a tour of one of the most dramatic astronomical events! The Socratica Astronomy series presents a lesson on the similarities and differences of solar and lunar eclipses. The narrator shows the physical arrangement that produces each...
What Causes The Phases Of The Moon?
5 mins 9th - 12th CCSS: Adaptable
Discover how the movement of the moon creates different views from Earth. An expert in the field explains that when the moon orbits, different parts become illuminated. The installment of the Veritasium playlist films right after a lunar...
What's the Difference Between a Solar and Lunar Eclipse?
5 mins 10th - Higher Ed CCSS: Adaptable
Two total solar eclipses happen every year, yet the same part of the earth sees a total solar eclipse only once every 375 years. The video explains the difference between solar and lunar eclipses. It offers tips for remembering which is...
Let's Go To Space! - SciShow Kids
K - 6th CCSS: Adaptable
Take a journey to outer space with a collection of 18 captivating videos by SciShow Kids. Videos cover a variety of topics related to space and astronomy, and showcase key terms and real-world images. The host, Jessi, and her cartoon sidekick, Squeaks, are sure to spark your young scholars' interest.
Wax On, Wane Off
3rd - 5th CCSS: Adaptable
My saying for distinguishing between a waxing moon and waning moon is, "wax on, wane off." When the moon is "turning on," or on its way to a full moon, we call it waxing. When the moon is "turning off," or on its way to a new moon, we call it waning. Your students will find this catchy, and it will help them to identify moon phases in the classroom and for the rest of their lives. Here is a collection of lessons and worksheets for learning and observing the moon phases.