Are you teaching about the phases of the Moon?
I've combined the resources in four different products Shadows
, Phases of the Moon for Younger Students
and Phases of the Moon for Older Students
into a bundle to SAVE YOU MONEY.
Here's what's included:
♥ Short teacher backgrounds in each product introduce you to the important information about shadows, orbits, and the phases of the Moon
♥ Four PowerPoint™ presentations with copyright free* images make it easy to present these topics, any presentation with text has versions in English and Spanish
♥ Lesson plans include 6 teacher demonstrations and 7 class or student activities. All require simple materials.
♥ Four texts for students to read about shadows, orbits, or phases of the Moon. ALL have been translated into Spanish. ALL have been recorded for the struggling learner how benefits from hearing the information.
What's the teaching duration? Two to four weeks depending on your schedule and how many days a week you teach science!
This activity could be included in a unit designed to meet NGSS 5-ESS1-2♦.
Need other astronomy
products? Check out eclipses
, inner planets
, our solar system
, outer planets
, phases of the moon - older students
, phases of the moon - younger students
, and sundials
. We even have a solar system BUNDLE
and a phases of the Moon BUNDLE
to save you money!
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♦ 5-ESS1-2. Represent data in graphical displays to reveal patterns of daily changes in length and direction of shadows, day and night, and the seasonal appearance of some stars in the night sky.