Items Tagged as "moon"

Identifying Mm

Subjects: Reading
Language: English
Grade Level: Gr. K | Age 6
Posted: Sep. 7, 2014   Posted by: mrsdkrebs
Summary:

Moon Post Assessment

Subjects: Astronomy
Language: English
Grade Level: Gr. 1 | Age 7
Posted: Oct. 2, 2013   Posted by: ste008675
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Space Gallery

Summary:
Several images of each planet, solar system with photos of planets not images to interact with, and some multimedia resources collated together. Once installed in imported content pack you will find it in the NZ folder.

Lunar Cycle & Moon Phases

Subjects: Astronomy, Science
Language: English
Grade Level: Gr. 3 | Age 9, Gr. 4 | Age 10, Gr. 5 | Age 11
Posted: Jul. 14, 2012   Posted by: LsTiffany
Summary:
The main objective of this lesson is for students to identify and name the eight phases of the Earth's Moon during one complete Lunar Cycle.

Moonrise

Summary:
See time-lapse footage of a full moon rising, starting from the bottom left-hand corner and slowly filling the entire screen in this Building Block video shot in Los Angeles, California.

Why Doesn't the Moon Fall Down?

Subjects: Astronomy, Science
Language: English
Grade Level: Gr. 3 | Age 9, Gr. 4 | Age 10, Gr. 5 | Age 11, Gr. 6 | Age 12, Gr. 7 | Age 13, Gr. 8 | Age 14
Posted: Jul. 16, 2011   Posted by: Teachers Domain
Summary:
In this animated video segment adapted from NASA, astronomer Doris Daou explains how the forces of speed and gravity keep the Moon in a constant orbit around Earth.

Solar Eclipses

Subjects: Astronomy, Science
Language: English
Grade Level: Gr. 3 | Age 9, Gr. 4 | Age 10, Gr. 5 | Age 11, Gr. 6 | Age 12, Gr. 7 | Age 13, Gr. 8 | Age 14
Posted: Jul. 16, 2011   Posted by: Teachers Domain
Summary:
What is a solar eclipse and why are they only visible in some parts of the world? In this video segment adapted from NASA, astronomer Susan Stolovy uses animations to provide an answer to these questions.

Helium Is Boring

Subjects: Chemistry, Science
Language: English
Grade Level: Gr. 3 | Age 9, Gr. 4 | Age 10, Gr. 5 | Age 11, Gr. 6 | Age 12, Gr. 7 | Age 13, Gr. 8 | Age 14
Posted: Jul. 16, 2011   Posted by: Teachers Domain
Summary:
In this video adapted from the National Science Center, observe a demonstration to discover how helium gas is inert and hydrogen gas is reactive.

Night and Day

Subjects: Astronomy
Language: English
Grade Level: Pre-K | Age 5, Gr. K | Age 6, Gr. 1 | Age 7, Gr. 2 | Age 8
Posted: Jul. 15, 2011   Posted by: gr8teacher
Summary:
The students will identify the characteristics of Night and Day. They will be able to observe the rotation of the Earth.

Phases of the Moon

Subjects: Earth Sciences
Language: English
Grade Level: Gr. 6 | Age 12, Gr. 7 | Age 13, Gr. 8 | Age 14
Posted: Jul. 12, 2011   Posted by: cubchico
Summary:
Students will learn the phases of the moon and then assess themselves.


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