This bundle of student printable pages includes student activities, writing prompts, foldables, math integrated printables and more! These will make a great addition to the Earth in Space and Time Instruction in your classroom. The bundle includes all of the printables in my Earth in Space and Time Mega Bundle Unit except for the lesson plans and student learning maps.
The contents included in this printable bundle pack are:
Rotation vs. Revolution Foldable: illustrate and describe each motion
Revolution: Orbital Speed: data table and questions regarding the orbital velocity of the 8 planets
Universal Weight: higher order thinking mathematical comparisons
My Universal Weight: calculator activity or decimal multiplication (finding out your weight on each planet)
Earth's Motion Review: fill in the blank questions about rotation, revolution, axis, tilt, etc.
Star Size: Multiplication activity comparing star sizes with our Sun (calculator may be necessary for your grade level)
Visual Albedo: Comparing and ordering decimals
The Moon and More: critical thinking including calendar math and division (calculator may be necessary for your grade level
Eclipses Review: ten questions about solar and lunar eclipses
The Planets Review: eleven questions about the eight major planets
Days of the Year: multiplication and reasoning skills (calculator may be necessary for your grade level)
Asteroids, Meteoroids, Meteors & Meteorites: diagramming activity where students will display the difference between these objects and answer fill in the blank questions
Comets: diagramming the parts of a comet and answering fill in the blank questions
The Space Race Review: nine questions (fill in the blank) about N.A.S.A. and the space race
Illustrate the Planets: fun illustration activity
Stars - Relative Size: multiplication activity comparing star sizes with our Sun (calculator may be necessary for your grade level)
Brightest Stars: comparing and ordering mathematical skills
Design a Constellation: fun activity, connect the dots, and make up a constellation character
The Universe & More: questions about the universe and galaxies, six fill in the blank questions and a short answer
Gravity - An Important Burden: opinion writing prompt
Moon Basketeball: persuasive writing prompt
A Letter From a Boy Who Lives on the Equator: expository writing prompt (Earth's Motion)
The Moon Landing: opinion writing prompt
The Trip of a Lifetime: persuasive writing prompt (Moon)
A Very Strange Letter: expository writing prompt (Moon)
The Goldilocks Zone: expository writing prompt (Solar System & Planets)
Choosing a Landing Zone: persuasive writing prompt (asteroids & comets)
The Space Race Winner: opinion writing prompt
The Truth About Extraterrestrials: opinion writing prompt (Universe)
Whose Belt Will It Be: persuasive writing prompt (Constellations)
A Letter From a Concerned Parent: expository writing prompt (Universe)
Moon Phases Graphic Organizer: how the moon phases appear in their respective phases
The Phases of the Moon - Flow Map: illustrate moon phases
Moon vs. Star Foldable: compare and contrast
Moon vs. Star vs. Planet Foldable: compare and contrast
Lunar Eclipses - Triple Venn Diagram: compare and contrast penumbral eclipse, partial eclipse, and total eclipse
Solar Eclipses: illustrating the four types of solar eclipses (partial, total, annular and hybrid)
Lunar Eclipse and Solar Eclipse Diagram: Simple handout displaying the difference between a Lunar and Solar Eclipse
If you have purchased my Earth in Space and Time Mega Bundle Unit, do not buy this printables pack, you already have all of these printables!
If you have purchased any of my smaller units (Earth's Motion, Solar System, The Moon Bundle, or Stars, Constellations, Galaxies and the Universe Units), be advised that you already have some of these printables in this bundle, and you would like to purchase the printables from the other units.
Please also keep in mind that some of these printables are meant to go along with specific skills and lessons that are addressed in my lessons and units that these printables originally were created for an accompaniment resource. However, I believe most of these printables will fit easily into your own resources regarding Earth in Space and Time as a very useful supplement and grading tool.
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