This is a simple unit I created for my own first grade students to learn about the stars in the sky. I have included an accompanying word wall and song/poem. Students will record/draw their own Science Art to display in the classroom. There are two science art activities. One is a homework assignment which includes a parent letter where students will observe and record, the other is an in-class art activity where students will scatter paint to appear like scattered stars.
I live in Florida, so I am using the Florida State Standards. I am not labeling the standard with my state coding…instead, I’m simply stating the standard (which should be rather generic for First Grade classrooms) on the recording sheet. This makes it easy for administrators and parents to see the merit of our work.
Science Standard: Observe and discuss that there are more stars in the sky than anyone can easily count and that they are not scattered evenly in the sky.
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The additional sheets are exactly the same...they are simply either in color or black and white, or they are in half sheets for easy gluing into a science notebook.
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