Day and Night - Sorting & Comparing Objects in the Sky - QR Code Hunt - Craft

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Bring real world photographs to your day and night unit! Students will "orbit" the room to scan QR codes to be linked to videos and photographs to extend their ability to observe and compare objects in the sky.

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This unit is including in my GROWING 1st Grade Science Bundle!

★ Objectives with visuals for your objective wall!

-1st Grade & Kindergarten TEKS, NGSS

- "I can" and "We will" statements included

★ Observing, Sorting, Comparing

  • Observe, draw, and write to describe objects seen in the day and night sky.
  • Anchor Chart Headings
  • Color and b/w pictures to sort in whole group or small group
  • Venn Diagram in shape of sun and moon
  • Double Bubble Map to compare Day & Night
  • Pictures for independent sort

★ Engage & Learn through Videos!

  • QR Codes linked to SafeShare and/or YouTube videos about the sun and moon
  • Two recording pages included for students to record what they learned.
  • Recording page given with sentence stems and word bank that follows along with information given in videos!

★ Writing Craftivity

  • Create a sun and write facts on rays
  • Create a moon and write details on stars
  • Writing prompt page included for students to write what they know

★ Path of the Sun

  • Students draw a task card and predict the next position of the sun in the sky.
    Students move on the game board the number of spaces the position of the sun will be in.
  • Color and black and white options!

★ Review Fun!

  • Mind Readers Game - Students try to read the mind of their partners using clues to review objects in the sky.

★ Write the Room with QR Code Hunt & Real Life Photographs

  • Have your kids "show what they know" by responding to the questions with real world photographs and videos! Printable option if technology is limited. Answer key included.

TEKS Covered:

1.8B observe and record changes in the appearance of objects in the sky such as clouds, the Moon, and stars, including the Sun

K.8C observe, describe and illustrate objects in the sky, such as clouds, Moon, stars and the Sun.

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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Use observations of the sun, moon, and stars to describe patterns that can be predicted. Examples of patterns could include that the sun and moon appear to rise in one part of the sky, move across the sky, and set; and stars other than our sun are visible at night but not during the day. Assessment of star patterns is limited to stars being seen at night and not during the day.


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