Here is a great graphic organizer to help your students differentiate between the different types of celestial bodies. No more will they confuse asteroids and comets!
Students will summarize the features of stars, planets, moons (natural satellites), dwarf planets, asteroids, meteors, comets and black holes by providing examples, a description, their relative size, what it orbits around and whether or not it is luminous. A diagram is provided for each – but since this is editable you can easily remove those if you don’t want them.
Full solutions are provided.
What’s included in the zipped folder?
• Letter-size graphic organizer with solutions (8.5x11”) in PDF and editable PowerPoint file
• Tabloid-size graphic organizer with solutions (11x17”) in PDF and editable PowerPoint file
You can do this together as a class for a note, assign it for homework or group work.
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You should also check out my PowerPoint lesson and note on Galaxies!
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