Bright Sky, Night Sky
Students apply information known about the differences found in the sky. They use worksheets imbedded in this plan to cut apart and glue back together in the shape of a certain cloud.
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New Review Getting Ready for the All American Eclipse!
Give your pupils a front row seat at the biggest light show in the sky this year! In addition to admiring the total solar eclipse, young astronomers can explain the phenomenon with a little help from an inquiry-based lesson plan. The...
K - 12th Science
Seasons and Weather: Supplemental Guide
From warm summer days to cold winter nights, this 10-lesson unit takes children on an exploration of seasons. Using the included reading passages and images, a series of read-aloud lessons and vocabulary activities provide young children...
K - 1st Science CCSS: Designed
Books for Teaching About the Earth and Sky
Students read about the Earth and the Sky. In this resource, there is a listing of books about the Earth and the Sky which are useful to the teacher. These are books that the teacher can use as a whole class activity in introduce...
Pre-K - K English Language Arts
SKY PATHS: STUDYING THE MOVEMENT OF CELESTIAL OBJECTS
Students observe the position of an object in the sky by describing its location relative to another object or the background, describe an object's motion by tracing and measuring its position over time, and create their own myths about...
K - 4th Science