Moon Phases PowerPoint and Notes
I am so excited to offer this file about the lunar cycle (moon phases)!
- 30 slide PowerPoint presentation about the moon and phases of the moon
- Two choices pages for student note taking to go with the PowerPoint (one is more guided for students
Solar System PowerPoint and Notes
Earth, the sun, our moon, and cycles in our solar system
Teaching your students about our solar system? This file includes a 10 slide PowerPoint and student notes to introduce physical characteristics of the moon, sun, and Earth. Also included: lunar cycle, seaso
This is a music guided listening unit over "The Planets" by Gustav Holst. It is best suited for grades 5 and up, but can easily be modified and enjoyed by the younger grades as well.
Download the preview file to see a sample of the images.
The main attraction of this package is the presentation sl
Are you planning on teaching your class about the solar eclipse? This resource has two crafts - a mobile and a pull booklet, a PowerPoint lesson, a perspective lesson, and a hat! Everything you need to quickly teach your class about the Solar Eclipse!
This 69 slide highly interactive powerpoint showcases the inner and outer planets of our Solar System. Students will love the custom animations and vibrant photographs. The powerpoint covers Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Neptune, and Uranus and includes information about some of the
Astronomy and Space Science EDITABLE RESOURCES
Introducing Earth Science EDITABLE NOTES, POWERPOINT and CHAPTER TEST for Astronomy and Space Science.
NOTE: This download is part of the
Learning about the Solar System has never been so much fun! This unit has 17 passages, organizers, 2 character studies, comprehension and connection activities, a slideshow presentation, vocabulary posters, planets flip up book, and so much more!
This unit includes a PowerPoint Presentation and a
This 39 slide highly interactive powerpoint showcases the outer planets of our Solar System. Students will love the custom animations and vibrant photographs. The powerpoint covers Jupiter, Saturn, Neptune, and Uranus and includes information about the planet's Moons, Galileo, and why Pluto is no l
Get students excited about SPACE SYSTEMS. This is a short (2 and a half minute) educational video discussing whether or not aliens are likely to exist from a scientific perspective. Perfect for a fun and interesting space systems lesson.
-Powerpoint slideshow of the video slides
Completely EDITABLE PowerPoint presentation including content and review questions on...
Characteristics of Stars
The Sun's Energy (heat and light)
Using a Telescope to See Stars
There are also animations on each slide, so you can walk through the PowerPoint one line at a time.
The Astronomy Unit includes a PowerPoint, trading cards, a study guide, an assessment, and more activities all centered around the topic of astronomy. (Includes 10 files below)
*Please note our PowerPoints are password-protected from editing and are only compatible with PCs. Mac users will not be
This is a two part 700 slide PowerPoint presentation with built-in class notes (red slides), built-in hands on activities with OREOS, step by step drawings of a solar and lunar eclipse, sun dial lesson with worksheet, challenge questions with answers, built-in review opportunities, video links, two
Topics/terms covered in this presentation include: the reason for the seasons, hemispheres, rotation, axis of rotation, revolution, equinox, solstice, and the length of days and nights.
This is a 60 slide presentation that explores the positions and movements of the Earth in space that cause seaso
The Solar Eclipse is coming soon! Here is a power point to explain what a solar eclipse is for the younger learners!
Don't forget to check out the preview!
Included in this 12 slide powerpoint is:
-- definitions of eclipse, sun, moon, and Earth
-- what happens during
-- facts about it
-- how to
When your students complete this Solar System activity, they will have a better understanding of how the planets orbit the sun. Includes a short PowerPoint slide show that includes facts about each planet. Each slide will show the students a photograph of a planet. These slides will provide some
These are task cards that can be used several different ways: - below is a list showing the ways in which I have used task cards in my class. The answer sheets attached are meant to be made front/back. However, you can copy the way you prefer. I also make them large enough because I like my stude
Planets: This planets PowerPoint is meant to introduce students to the planets of our solar system. Students complete a graphic organizer which follows the lesson and includes the following information for each planet:
Planets Power Point Contents:
♦ How Large is each planet
This 1.5 week unit is aligned with the NGSS or Next Gen Science Standards for first grade on sun, moon and stars. It is a mini-unit with science and literacy activities. Find the full weather/cause and effect unit
The Solar Eclipse is coming soon! Here is a power point to explain what a solar and lunar eclipse are, the differences, and the focusing on the total solar eclipse.
Don't forget to check out the preview!
Included in this 20 slide powerpoint is:
-- definitions of eclipse, lunar eclipse and solar ec
This presentation goes over the changes in appearance of the moon. It poses the question "Why does the moon appear to change shape?" to the students and then goes on to help them better understand the concept. There is a diagram of the moon's revolution around the Earth which includes the position
This PowerPoint is a basic introduction to stars. It gives the students a visual of what a star actually looks like "up close." It also provides basic information about stars. It addresses the colors of the stars, which stars are hottest, and the fact that stars do not move.
Constellations of the Zodiac PowerPoint and Flash Cards: Students will learn the science behind the zodiac signs, why their sign is their sign (and why it really isn't), the myths about their sign, and how well it can be seen in the sky!
This lab will help students to better understand the scale of the solar system. Many students have the misconception that the planets are the same distance from one another! They're not! This lab also shows students just how small the Sun could appear to be from another planet's perspective.
A detailed slide show about what an astronaut does and how his suit operates.
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Eclipses: Lunar and Solar
This lesson incorporates easy to understand explanations with interactive/ animations, and questions which keep students engaged while learning about what is and what causes solar and lunar eclipses.
This lesson contains 29 slides and should run a full class period or two
Solar System and Space Vocabulary PowerPoint. All about the solar system and vocabulary words needed for understanding the solar system. Vocabulary includes: astronomer, telescope, observations, constellation, solar system, orbit, revolution, spin, rotation, moon phase, full moon, new moon, waxing c
I'm pretty proud of this one. Your students are guaranteed to be engrossed with this vivid and engaging PowerPoint about the life cycle of stars. With dozens of original illustrations and animations, tons of high resolution, jaw dropping images, well placed audio (which I was unable to include for c
Your complete Space Unit 2nd grade with Power Point is here! This Space Unit covers the Sun, Earth, Moon, and Stars and comes with a Space Power Point and Sun, Earth, and Moon printables and crafts to have each day's lesson ready to go! The Power Point is not editable, but you can switch pages arou
Moon Phases: This moon phases, seasons & eclipses bundle includes all of my products for eclipses, moon phases, and the seasons which are outlined below:
All these lessons sell individually for $27.85; as a bundle they are 25% off, for $19.95!
Stars and Constellations is a collection of two lessons that go hand in hand with each other. It is a shortened version of a bigger unit called Stars, Galaxies, Constellations and the Universe.
This mini-unit has 2 lessons, a 33 slide power point with animations, and 10 printable pages including wr
This freebie can be used in your classroom to teach the basic parts of a wave. A teacher answer key and corresponding PowerPoint are included along with teaching tips.
This could also be used as a review or to assess students' learning.
Terms included on the freebie are:
Constellations, Stars, Galaxies & Nebula PowerPoint: Stop getting lost looking for stars & constellations! This lesson not only teaches about the stars & constellations, but how to find them too!
This PowerPoint on Locating Constellations, Stars, Galaxies and Nebula can be used for any
Sun Powerpoint: This product is full of facts! It discusses the Sun being the center of the solar system, the importance to the Earth, sunspots, solar flares and the Sun's temperature. Students are also prompted to create a scientific drawing at the end of the powerpoint. I have also brought in pa
This 16 slide powerpoint showcases the inner planets of our Solar System. Students will love the custom animations and vibrant photographs. The powerpoint covers Earth, Mercury, Venus, and Mars and includes information about the Earth's Moon. It is designed as a lecture.
Life Cycle of Stars PowerPoint: This lesson engages students by incorporating videos, high resolution pictures, and easy to understand explanations on the life cycle of stars.
This lesson contains 19 slides and should run a full class period or two to teach, and contains the following Slide Titles:
Teach the phases of the Moon by using this 24 slide PowerPoint. It begins by describing the orbit of the Moon around the Earth including words such as perigee and apogee. It then describes the eight phases of the Moon: New moon, waxing crescent, first quarter, waxing gibbous, full moon, waning gi
This is a helpful tool for learning about solar and lunar eclipses. The PowerPoint contains 38 slides. Solar and lunar eclipses are both explained with beautiful pictures. Students are invited step by step to draw an example of each eclipse including the umbra and penumbra shadows. Other terms d
Are you looking for a fun way to have students practice integrating information from two texts? This product was popular for the August 2017 Solar Eclipse, but can still be used anytime!
Includes: LESSON PLAN, RIGOROUS LITERACY activities, and a POWERPOINT!
This lesson is for that literacy teache
This 27 slide powerpoint covers the life cycle of small, medium and large mass stars. Topics covered are: mass of stars, nebula, protostars, main sequence, red giants, supergiants, supernova, neutron stars, and black holes. There are two short video clips. One describes the sizes of different stars,
Solar System - Planets - Mercury - Venus - Earth - Mars - Interactive game
Your students will love learning about the Solar System with this creative product!
This is a beautiful and informative 22 slides PowPoint Presentation - Slideshow
It provides a fun way for students to review what they know
This PowerPoint and scaffolded notes handout provides students with an introduction to the seasons. It explains what causes the seasons by discussing the earth's rotation around the sun, the earth's tilt, and hemispheres. The notes handout corresponds with the PowerPoint.
These resources are al
Standard - Students will investigate the position of sun and moon to show patterns throughout the year.
This slideshow consists of the 8 phases of the moon with the title, a picture, and a brief summary. It can be used as a great introduction of the phases or a review for primary or elementary stud
Solar System PowerPoint Presentation - Your students will love learning about the Solar System with this creative product!
A solar system is like a community where the planets, moons, and stars all live together.
There are 100 Slides in this PowerPoint Presentation with informati
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This is an interactive PowerPoint with lesson suggestions and great website resources in which students can explore specific planets on their own while working towards a final presentation. Students are able to learn about our Solar Syste
This is a .pdf meant to be viewed like a slideshow (go to View and click on Full Screen Mode). It shows the aforementioned astronomers and their theories with an image of Galileo's own telescope and his own watercolors. This slideshow complies with Virginia SOL 4.7: The student will investigate and
This product contains everything you need to teach your kids about solar eclipses. The feature of this product is a 23 slide power point with excellent animations that will show your students all about the science behind what causes a solar eclipse. It has many visuals explaining what causes each ty
This solar system resource includes a PowerPoint presentation, guided notes, display posters for the sun and planets and a fun tabbed mini-book for students to create while learning about space.
This zipped folder contains:
★ POWERPOINT PRESENTATION - 15 slides covering our solar
This classroom jeopardy power point has been aligned with Georgia's fourth grade science standards and is quite useful as a tool for engaging your students as they learn about the many wonders of our solar system. The categories covered are as follows: The Stars, Earth's Day/Night Cycle, Earth's Sea
On August 21, 2017, a total eclipse of the sun will occur in the United States. The eclipse will be visible along a line stretching from Oregon to South Carolina. Millions of people live near the path of totality, the area where the total eclipse is visible. The rest of the country will see a deep p
Moon Phases: This moon phases PowerPoint incorporates easy to understand explanations with interactive/ animations, and questions which keep students engaged while learning about what causes the moon's phases.
Moon Phases Power Point Contents (46 slides):
♦ The Phases of the Moon (Titl
This powerpoint is a lesson on Earth's rotation, time zones, and revolution. For each topic there is a slide where the students can brainstorm ideas about both topics. It shows diagrams and has links to short clips to enhance the student's understanding. There are several slides that ask short an