Astronomy solar system Earth & space I have who has game Jr high 6-8 middle

Astronomy solar system Earth & space I have who has game Jr high 6-8 middle
Astronomy solar system Earth & space I have who has game Jr high 6-8 middle
Astronomy solar system Earth & space I have who has game Jr high 6-8 middle
Astronomy solar system Earth & space I have who has game Jr high 6-8 middle
Astronomy solar system Earth & space I have who has game Jr high 6-8 middle
Astronomy solar system Earth & space I have who has game Jr high 6-8 middle
Astronomy solar system Earth & space I have who has game Jr high 6-8 middle
Astronomy solar system Earth & space I have who has game Jr high 6-8 middle
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Teaching astronomy, Earth and space, and the solar system doesn’t have to be overwhelming or boring. My students love this "I have, who has?" vocabulary game and I bet yours will too!


Your students will be having fun and learning as they use their knowledge of astronomy to complete this classic "I have, who has?" game. Never played "I have, who has?"? Fear not! Full instructions on how to implement into your classroom are included! This activity has long been a favorite of my students! This lesson makes reviewing astronomy concepts easy for you and fun for your students!

Not only do you get the game but you get two worksheets that requires students to follow the flow of the game! That way you know that they were engaged the entire time, not just listening for their card to come up! The flow worksheet has 7 vocab words that aren't used, and there's an additional worksheet requiring students to match those unused words to their correct definitions. The game can be played with or without the worksheets!


I’ve found that my students really benefit from vocab review, especially around test time. The challenge is how to keep it from being a boring chore! This lesson is a perfect way to incorporate game based learning in your classroom and is a great way to engage multiple learning styles.


WHAT’S INCLUDED

  • A full 40 card "I have, who has?" game!
  • Editable template! Add or remove vocab to suit the needs of your students!
  • Two versions of the card game (one has a light graphic in the background and the other is plain. The plain version helps if you prefer to conserve ink, and also helps with classes that might become distracted by graphics).
  • Game flow chart worksheet
  • Additional vocabulary worksheet
  • Full teacher keys
  • Teacher guide with various options for game play.
  • Vocabulary covered: absolute magnitude, gravity, star, elliptical galaxy, Pluto, light year, galaxy, atmosphere, meteoroid, Sun, irregular galaxy, apparent magnitude, mesosphere, redshift, black hole, Jupiter, HR diagram, the Doppler effect, Sputnik, Oort cloud, nebula, galaxy, planet, spiral galaxy, Ejnar Hertzsprung & Norris Russell, electromagnetic spectrum, meteor, astrobiology, Mars, dwarf planet, comet, gas giant, natural satellite, Milky Way, Mercury, thermosphere, exosphere, ozone layer, asteroid belt, solar wind, meteorite, stratosphere, habitable zone, asteroid, greenhouse effect, troposphere.

HOW I’VE USED THE LESSON IN MY CLASSROOM
I use this game as a key component of my astronomy unit. It’s a perfect way to incorporate a fun and active game into your classroom! I’ve found this lesson to be a great introduction to astronomy, especially if you have time to let your students research vocab definitions, or as a review at the end of the unit.


Approximately one class period in length (as a point of reference, I teach a 50-minute class). I generally have my students complete the activity and associated worksheet as classwork in a single day. Created by Mister Science.

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Total Pages
21 pages
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Teaching Duration
45 minutes
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