Guided notes are a great way to introduce new content while keeping student engaged. These notes can then be used to complete assignments and projects. Students can answer questions from these notes and use as study guides.
-Sun-Earth-3rd Planet from Sun-Rotation-Spheres-MoonMercury-Neptune-Sun-Revolution-Sun’s Gravitational Pull-The Sun-Rotation Axis-Gravitational Pull of Earth-Lunar Cycle-Waxing Phase-Full Moon-Waning Phases-New Moon-Solar Eclipses-Lunar Eclipses-Seasons-Earth’s Tilted Axis-Tilt of Earth-365 days-Season days-Summer Solstice-Winter Solstice-Equinoxes-Spring Equinox-Fall Equinox-Tides-High Tide-Low Tide-Tidal Range-Spring Tide-Neap Tide-Order of Planets-Solar System-Stars-Hertz Sprung-Russell Diagram-Telescopes-Light Reflection-Light Refraction-The Apollo Program-Space Shuttles-International Space Station
Puzzles and Matching Cards
I Have, Who Has Game Cards
Timeline and Sequencing Relays and Writing Activities
I Can Student Assessment of Mastery Packets