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#### Astronomy - Sun, Moon, Tides

Colorful in appearance, but without any photos or graphics, this PowerPoint is best used as a note-taking guide for your lecture. Viewers in your earth science class will discover characteristics and phases of the moon, its role in...

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#### Tides, Eclipses, Day and Night, and Seasons

In this earth science learning exercise, students use the clues given at the bottom of the sheet to complete the crossword puzzle on tides, eclipses, day and night, and the seasons of the year. There are 17 clues to solve in the puzzle.

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#### Exploring Seasonal Shadows and Sunlight

What can shadows tell us about the changing season? Over several months, astronomy learners record length and position of an outdoor object's shadow, such as a flagpole. They apply the data to a growing hypothesis and note the patterns...

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#### Astronomy Test

In this astronomy test, learners answer 50 true/false and multiple choice questions about the relationships of the earth, moon, and sun. The test also includes questions about the solar system, galaxies, and the universe. An answer key...

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#### Solstice and Equinox Season Model

How can December 21 be the shortest day of the year when all days are 24 hours long? Pupils see how to build a model showing the differences between winter and summer solstices and equinoxes. Using this model, classes can then discuss...

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#### Why is There a Tidal Bulge Opposite the Moon?

Students simulate how the Moon causes ocean tides. In this earth science lesson, students calculate gravitational acceleration using a mathematical formula. They compare the force of attraction between the Earth, Moon and Sun system.

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#### Anza and Font in Search of Latitude

This is an integrated instructional activity that incorporates Social Studies, Science, and Mathematics. In Social Studies, 7th graders complete an online interview and complete an online worksheet about latitude of sites on the Anza...

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#### The Mystery Constellation

Students decipher two teacher chosen mystery constellations a month. They listen to stories, explain what they know about constellations and name the mystery constellation.

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#### Astronomy With a Stick

Students find the altitude of the Sun at 10 A.M., at solar noon, and at 2 P.M. by measuring the height of the gnomon and the length of the shadow at each time. They record the measurements in their notebooks for later conversion.

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#### Starring...Bears!

Students illustrate a First Nations' legend. In this legend of bears lesson, students read several legends which involve bears and groups of stars or constellations. After reading, students illustrate portions of the stories. Also,...

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#### The Calendar

Students engage in an overview of solar and lunar calendars, their history and lore. Also, of the day and the month, and their relations to the rotation period of the Earth and the orbital period of the Moon.

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#### Mystery Constellations

Fourth graders predict constellations each month. For this astronomy lesson, 4th graders are presented with two constellations every month, and guess what they are as clues are given.

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#### The Tides

Students experience a computer based applet that explains why the Earth experiences tides.

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#### Reasons for Seasons

Pupils track photoperiod (daylight hours) over time and predict how daylight change during different seasons. This helps build their understanding that ever-changing daylight is the driving force for migrations and all other seasonal...