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This clipart package is for: 1. Space background (dark blue background with stars, as seen in the picture) 2. Space clipart (astronauts, ufos, rockets, aliens, planets, etc.) What you receive: • .PNG files in high-resolution (these have
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This is a teaser to my big 128 page book, Space, Space, Space and More Space. These are not in that book but cover some of the same skills. I hope you enjoy the freebie and will consider buying the Big Space Book. It has the following
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• Vector EPS: (Illustrator 10) • PNG: (300dpi with transparent background) • Size: 5 inches or more • Blacklines / Outlines included? NO Instant Digital Download - 1 ZIP folder included All items are saved individually and compressed into one
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This science journal features creative hands on activities to engage young learners. The pages featured in this journal are as follows: A Journal cover, Science vocabulary terms, Patterns that repeat every day, Patterns that repeat every
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A collection of flashcards about space and our solar system, designed to enhance students space related vocabulary. 3 sets of flash cards: Planets - Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune - plus the Moon Moon Phases
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Check all the power points presentations!!! The Solar System power point This is a great power point presentation that explain the basic information about planet characteristics, galaxies and solar system in general, contains higher quality images,
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This is the timeline to be used with the PowerPoint "The Space Race". It covers the years from the launching of Sputnik in 1957 to the 1969 landing on the moon. The timeline focuses on the Soviet accomplishments and the American accomplishments on
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The kids cut out the sun, moon, Earth, two rectangles, and labels. They put it together by hole punching both sides of both rectangles, the Earth, the sun, and the moon. Attach a rectangle to each side of the earth with a fastener. Attach the sun to
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Moon Crossword Puzzle - Moon Samples. Words are based on moon geology and features of the moon. 18 clues in this crossword puzzle. If you are studying the solar system, space, or astronomy, you can use this for enrichment. Words include: rille,
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Here are the subjects/content covered in the 24 PowerPoint presentations listed here. Don’t forget to check out PART 1 of this Earth Science set and also my other presentation sets for PHYSICAL and LIFE sciences. ... CONTINUED IN PART 1 Mapping
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Star Emoticon Clip Art is yours to download instantly! Star Clip Art includes a variety of 20 different facial expression on star shapes! Mix and match your favorite emojis for fun Astronomy and Space classroom ideas and activities. All files are
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This notebook file offers visuals of the moon phases. Each day students during "Calendar time" can use the links to determine what the moon will look like as well as the learn what time is best to see the moon for that particular day. Simply move
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Astronomy: When We Left Earth Series Video Worksheets (Parts 1-6) This includes video worksheet questions for all 6 parts of the "When We Left Earth" series, which can be found on Netflix. ALL worksheets are in Word format and the ANSWER KEY is
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By Geogirl
Based on the California State Science Standards, this presentation goes over the differences between asteroids, meteors and comets. Students will learn where the asteroid belt is located and why it is there. Students will learn the difference
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A short lab activity for astronomy or earth space science. Students make a double line graph of the number of sunspots and the number of crashed satellites in a given year. Then they look for patterns and write a science conclusion utilizing claim,
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This 4 page Lesson Plan contains the following 22 vocabulary words and definitions related to Space, Earth and Celestial Objects Unit in Earth Science: Astronomy, Celestial Sphere, Celestial Object, Constellations, North Star, Geocentric Model,
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PowerPoint lesson to teach: - The Solar System (Study planets - short information of planets is included) - Names of Planets (Solar System); - Check your knowledge (practise comparatives and superlatives of adjectives); - Study examples about
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This powerpoint highlights the steps involved in reaching the moon, both from the perspective of the Soviet Union and the United States. Events start with the launching of Sputnik in 1957 and include Kennedy's goal, the organization of NASA,
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This packet contains 40 weeks of journal prompts. Starting the year off with 2 paragraphs each day for the given prompt and slowly working up to 4 paragraphs. -Prompts will work on creativity, inferencing, compare and contrast, lists, details, and
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Starlight audio: a song about Astronomy *pairs with Starlight lyrics Taken from Bruno Mars' "Lighters", this song is sure to make your students enjoy learning about Astronomy! Topics covered: -Big Bang Theory -Zenith -Ptolemy -Copernicus -Kepler
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(16 pages) This is a hands-on activity that utilizes measuring and math. Teams of students will follow simple directions and use math formulas to draw and cut rectangles, arcs, and circles. From these they construct the body tubes and cone sections
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Student Questions about the movie Apollo 13. These questions should be used to assess student understanding of the film and should be given after the viewing.
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By Jerome
A research project intended to get a overview of some of many space exploration missions launched to better understand our solar system and beyond. The project, as designed, is to be done individually and involves a presentation component. A one
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101 Fun Facts on Astronomy is an ebook I wrote to foster an appreciation for the grandeur of the universe. It cites facts about the smallest, largest, brightest, hottest, and coolest objects and phenomena found throughout the entire universe. The
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By Geogirl
This is a PowerPoint on Nebular Theory. It is based on the California Earth Science Standards.
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Astronomy: Stars and Their Names PowerPoint Presentation Topics: Magnitudes, Proper Names, Bayer Greek Letters, Flamsteed numbers, Star Maps and Atlas, the Milky Way, Hubble Space Telescope
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Astronomy: Chapter 1 Here and Now PowerPoint Presentation (2013)* *This presentation was created and designed to run with Microsoft PowerPoint 2013. Some of the features and animations may not be present if using older versions of Microsoft
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This 46-piece set is loaded with adorable space clipart! Included are 25 colored images and 21 black and white (not included in the preview). This set includes 5 blank astronauts to put your students' school photo in! Also included are 2 pages of
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Our Galaxy is a 19 piece set of stylized hand painted illustrations created in watercolor. In this set you will find the Sun, Earth, our Moon, Jupiter, Mars, Mercury, Neptune, Pluto, Saturn, Uranus, Venus, the Hubble telescope, a meteor, the Milky
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By Tater
Big Bang theory explained. Covers misconceptions, Defines Big Bang, Hubble's Law, Ballon and raisin bread analogy, Doppler effect, Predictions of the BB and the Limitations of the BB theory.
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This Smartboard Notebook presentation Lesson Plan has 24 slides on the following topics: Space Earth and Celestial Objects, Celestial Objects, Motion of Stars and Planets, Constellations, Regions in the Night Sky, Night Sky Models, Heliocentric
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Unit includes songs, fingerplays, science, math, art, bulletin board ideas, dramatic play enhancements, book list, home/school connections, literacy, cooking, sensory, facts, stories, outdoor ideas, flannel board pieces, games, fiels trip ideas,
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37 slides, great diagrams and pictures. Reviews some of the winter constellations and their deep sky objects. One good diagram on seasons. Great diagrams on how to jump from one constellation to the other - emphasizes only winter constellations.
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This is a Lesson Plan for 8th Grade Students on Astronomy Standards
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Remember tactic! Makes difference between good and excellent teacher. You can tell children what to learn, or tell a story to make them remember what you teach!
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Starlight lyrics: a song about Astronomy *pairs with Starlight audio Taken from Bruno Mars' "Lighters", this song is sure to make your students enjoy learning about Astronomy! Topics covered: -Big Bang Theory -Zenith -Ptolemy -Copernicus -Kepler
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This PowerPoint allows students to answer the essential question, "How do we classify the stars in our universe?" Terms included are as follows: Nebula, Galaxies, Hubble Space Telescope, Star, Nuclear Fusion, Temperature, Luminosity, and
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Students will use an online simulation to determine the distances to star clusters by fitting the H-R diagram of each cluster to a normal main-sequence line. Students will then determine the age of each cluster by considering the oldest surviving
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Assessment designed to test students understanding of terms related to stellar evolution or evolution of stars. Assessment comprises of two tasks 1) Matching terms with definitions 2) Matching term with a picture that best represents it. Time: 20
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This is an assessment that caters to multiple modes of learning and modes of displaying understanding. It is comprised of three parts, (1) Multiple-choice, true and false, (2) Creating a storyboard using pre-made pictures, (3) Creating a flowchart
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A brief introduction I used when I taught a spectroscopy lab. From this powerpoint, we would switch to using single gas emission tubes and spectrometers to view the emission spectra of several elements.
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Here is a little presentation I made for our "Space Day" we have every year. Do you need a visually stunning lesson on the solar system and the planets' information? Check this out. It's a Prezi presentation that when you download it, you will
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This colorful search-a-word puzzle from PrintableKidStuff.com features the names of 24 constellations to hunt for, including: -- ANTLIA -- CENTAURUS -- DORADO -- FORNAX -- MENSA -- TOUCAN
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New from No More Boring Science - How to use star charts! The focus of this lab is to help students gain confidence using star charts to find constellations. There are two activities in this lab: using a polar star chart map to find constellations
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Astronomy: Constellations and Numbers PowerPoint Presentation Topics: Numbers, Metric system, exponential notation, Satellites, Astronomical Units, Tour of the Universe, Earth, Moon, Sun
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Astronomy: The Earth and the Sun PowerPoint Presentation Topics: The Apparent Path of the Sun, Perihelion, Aphelion, Ecliptic, Zodiac, North and South Ecliptic Poles, the Seasons, Equinoxes, Obliquity, Eccentricity
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Astronomy: Tropics, the Arctic, and the Antarctic PowerPoint Presentation Topics:Tropics of Cancer and Capricorn, Arctic and Antarctic Circles, Solar Time, Mean Sun, Local Mean Solar Time, Equation of Time, Standard Time, Universal Time, Solar
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Astronomy: The Face of the Sky and Constellations PowerPoint Presentation Topics: Ancient and Modern Constellations, Greece and Mesopotamia, the Zodiac, Asterisms, Orion, the Great Bears, Eudoxus, Aratos, Hipparchus, Ptolemy
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Astronomy: The Earth and Phases of the Moon PowerPoint Presentation Topics: Lunar Orbit, Inclination, Synchronous Rotation, Perigee, Apogee, Lunar Phases, Farside and Nearside, Birth of the Moon, Albedo, Earthshine
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Astronomy: Paths of the Moon with Lunar and Solar Eclipses PowerPoint Presentation Topics: Synodic Period, Sidereal Period, Harvest Moon, Daily Paths of the Moon, Lunar Eclipse, Nodes, Umbra, Penumbra, Partial and Total Eclipses, Annular Eclipse,
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Astronomy: Newton's Laws of Motion PowerPoint Presentation Topics: Gravity, Newton's Three Laws of Motion, Speed, Velocity, Acceleration, Force, Mass, Weight
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How to get TPT credit to use on future purchases: • Please go to your My Purchases page (you may need to login). Beside each purchase you'll see a Provide Feedback button. Simply click it and you will be taken to a page where you can give a quick
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