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Bring the outside into your classroom with this Day and Night unit! It includes real pictures of objects and activities seen during the day and night to sort, "My Day and Night Observation Journal", sorting activities, printables, and science notebook pages!This is a great addition to your day and n
I've combined two of my most popular units into one money saving bundle! Included is Day and Night/Objects in the Sky real pictures for sorting and Objects in the Sky PowerPoint.Please click the Preview button next to each unit for a detailed look at each product.Thanks for looking! Sheila Melton©Sh
This FULLY DIGITAL unit is perfect for virtual or face to face learners! Engage your young astronomers to learn about different objects in the night and day sky with videos and interactive activities!Skills covered:comparing day and night (activities, objects in sky)observing and recording objects i
Are you looking for engaging activities about the day and night? This resource is about the Objects in the Sky / Day & Night. You can use this product with your kindergarten and first grade students. Includes a variety of activities to teach objects in the sky.Includes:6 Posters with information
PreK - 1st
Bring real world photographs to your day and night unit! Students will "orbit" the room to scan QR codes to be linked to videos and photographs to extend their ability to observe and compare objects in the sky. See preview to see more fun included!This unit is including in my GROWING 1st Grade Sci
Digital Science Boom Cards use real pictures of objects and activities for students to see the differences during the daytime and nighttime sky. Students will see shadows, sunlight, moonlight, stars, and other objects found during sky at different time of the day and night using Day and Night Object
Here is a FREE Day & Night Flip Flap Book to go along with your objects in the sky science unit. Students will write and draw about what objects they see in the sky during the day and night. Picture instructions are included to show how to make the foldable. If you like this freebie, then you'
PreK - 3rd
Students will use a variety of hands-on activities, sorting centers, digital Boom Cards, worksheets, and printable task cards to see different objects and activities that take place during the nighttime and daytime sky. This Objects in the Sky Science Unit is perfect for distance learning, small gro
This unit includes 25 worksheets/activities to teach concepts about Night and Day and objects in the sky. This unit includes integrated ELA and Science. Activities include sorting, opinion writing, descriptive writing, poetry, compare contrast and more to support student learning.
PreK - 1st
Students will sequence the sun and the moon on a flow chart as they appear in the sky throughout the day. There are two differentiated options in English and Spanish! I hope you and your students enjoy this freebie! Please rate and leave a comment. Happy teaching :)
Are your student learning about day and night?Originally created for our 1st Grade Earth Science NGSS STEM unit, This word sort is perfect for students learning about objects in the sky to differentiate which objects and features they see during day and night. Students will determine if the words ar
Just perfect for adding a little science observation to all of your fall fun! My Observing The Night Sky Notebook/Journal is a simple print and go science fun on the run. Perfect for science fun at home!
PreK - 1st
The Objectives covered in this PowerPoint are:identify the objects we see during the day and night. identify the telescope as an instrument used to magnify objects that are far away.describe the sun and moon as having the shape of a sphere.identify the sun as a star that is closer to Earth than all
Science worksheets: Objects found in The Night Sky2 VERSIONS OF WORKSHEET (Worksheet with a word bank & Worksheet with no word bank)Students have to identify several animals found in the night sky (The Moon, Nebulas, Galaxies and Stars)Word bank providedStudents can color in pictures once they a
This earth/space science experiment for grades K-2 is based on the concept that "The sun, moon, stars, & clouds have properties that can be observed." By making a shoebox planetarium and seeing the patterns in six constellations, students learn that scientists have named certain groups of stars.
K - 2nd
Earth and the Solar System ESS1-1, ESS1-2The sun appears to move across the sky. Students will use observations of the sun, moon, and stars to describe patterns that can be predicted, making observations at different times of the year to relate the amount of daylight to the time of year. This can be
K - 4th
First grade science unit teaching about objects in the sky!. This unit was developed to be used in a first grade classroom. I used this with my own first grade class. It can be modified to work in Kindergarten or second grade as needed. Begin this lesson with an introduction of the vocabulary. Di
K - 2nd
This lesson addresses the question: how many stars are in the sky? This lesson has an animated power point slides to guide you through the lesson as well as a 5-E style lesson plan format. Students will learn that stars are not actually pointed objects but round, hot balls of gas that give off ener
This presentation was designed to support these 5th grade NGSS Science Standards:5-PS2-1. Support an argument that the gravitational force exerted by Earth on objects is directed down. [5-ESS1-1. Support an argument that differences in the apparent brightness of the sun compared to other stars is du
Do you see what I see? Get your students thinking outside the box by taking a simple shape and turning it into a complete drawing. These pages (40+ included) can be used for:Bell ringersEarly finishersAs a STEM or STEAM warm-up activityYou can print these images at up to 4 per page to give students
If you LOVE teaching units cross curricular, then this resource is for YOU!In this unit students will learn about day and night, the moon, sun, rainbows, types of clouds, rain, lightening, constellations, galaxies, comets, planets and space with engaging, hands on activities in reading, writing, poe
This resource is a Objects in the Sky 1st Grade unit aligned to the Next Generation Science Standards. It contains: -Day and Night Sky Activities -Sun Safety -Energy from the Sun - & Gravity. It contains several different foldables and activities in an interactive way. It is very similar to my
Have your students create a sky mobile to help them understand the daytime / nighttime cycle. Students will draw what the sky looks like at different times of the day: day sky, sunset, night sky, sunrise. Once students have a drawing for each different time of day, they will then cut, fold, then glu
This Google Slides product is about Day and Night Sky along with Stars and Constellations. This is a Bundle of Day and Night Sky product as well as Constellations and Stars product. Students will learn the difference between what day time and night time look like. They will also learn about the

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