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)
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1) Plenty Of Planets PowerPoint (PC Only): A PowerPoint presentation about the planets in our solar system. (25 slides)
2) Astronomy Vocabulary Foldable: Students create a foldable with 24 vocabulary words related to astronomy.
3) Earth, Moon, and Sun Flipbook: Students create a flipbook arranging the provided facts about the Earth, sun, and moon into the correct categories. (Includes answer key)
4) Moon Phases Trading Cards: Students create trading cards for each phase of the moon.
5) Shadow Lab Students learn about how a shadow changes during the day in this lab!
6) Sensational Seasons Activity: Students learn about the causes of the seasons and create a mind map, a visual outline of information, using the word "SEASONS". (Includes directions and checkbric)
7) Tricky Tides: Students read about the causes of tides and answer questions about what they read in this activity.
8) Astronomy BINGO: A BINGO game to review key astronomy vocabulary. Perfect for small groups and/or partners.
9) Astronomy Study Guide: A 2-page study guide on astronomy.
10) Astronomy Unit Assessment: A 3-page assessment on astronomy.
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