Make a constellation star map on your playground! Playground Planetarium: The Constellations is a hands-on activity designed to be used across the curriculum by incorporating STEAM / STEM in the classroom. Get your kids out of their desks and learning the relative positions of constellations in the sky along with the main stars in the sky. Explore astronomy, stars, and math.
Included in this download:
*Ideas on how to use constellations in math, science and english
*16 constellation key cards
*1 star map with key
*Directions for expanding constellations for use on your playground or in your classroom (floor, walls or ceiling!)
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