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board theme - Draw a big happy looking star for the middle of the bulletin board - Put a real pair of sunglasses on the star - Display students work on the bulletin board - Put their work up with a star. Integrated unit includes several science activities-make craters, moon rock candy, book and source The Earth, The Sun, and The Moon - Students learn how and why time is measured and gain a basic understanding of the interdependence of the Earth, Sun, and Moon with this. Join us to share ideas and strategies for making science and math instruction effective and meaningful for students. She made a large cone form poster board for the top and added. A free service brought to you by members of the ProTeacher Community. Links to introduction to inquiry in education and related resources (especially folklore) source Using Binary to Send Messages into Space - Show students how messages are sent into space using radio telescopes by decoding messages written in binary code. Classroom technology questions are also welcome!
Science Technology : Physical Science : Science, Math Technology, got a question? I do these after reading Marias Comet by Deborah Hopkinson. We do "Moon tickets" where the kids study the phases of the moon(one child per night, fill out a "moon coupon" with the shape and drawing).
As a class, we keep track of the overall changes on individual calendars. Links to lesson plans, games and more source Space Themed Crafts - Simple craft projects using a space theme for very young children (ages 2 to 5) source Space Unit: Exploring the Final Frontier - Collection of space-themed activities compiled by a kindergarten teacher for. Students then produce coded messages of their own source What is in Outer Space? She made it from a large cylinder (I think she got it from a grain and feed store) that she covered with construction paper. Subcategories include Apollo program, Galaxies and Stars, Gemini Program, Mercury Program, Planets, Shuttle and more source Space Coloring Book - More that fifteen pictures to color with information about each developed for the elementary classroom. Therefore, Mars is for "Mother the 4th planet. Source, solar System Jeopardy - When we had done some extensive study of the solar system we summed it all up with a game of "Astronomy Jeopardy" I created categories. I also have the class listen to the song Halley Came to Jackson. Make constellations with sticky.