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These digital science activities will give students a better understanding of Earth's day & night and seasons. These resources are 100% online and can be used on Google Classroom and Google Drive. This Google Slides resource also includes an answer key.
This product includes:
♥ Drag-&-drop: match definitions to vocabulary (cycle and sequence)
♥ Drag-&-drop: match definitions to vocabulary (axis, orbit, revolve, rotate)
♥ Drag-&-drop: match cause, picture, and time amount to cycle (day & night; seasons)
♥ Short answer: fill out chart with cause/time takes/and real-life picture
♥ Short answer: Venn diagram of rotation vs revolution
♥ Drag-&-drop: if it is daytime in _____, then it is nighttime in _______
♥ Drag-&-drop: label the rotation diagram with nighttime and daytime
♥ Short answer: explain how day & night happens
♥ Drag-&-drop: label the revolution diagram with the seasons
♥ Short answer: explain how seasons happen
This covers the NEW VA Science SOLs 2018 for:
SOL 4.6: The student will investigate and understand that there are relationships among Earth, the moon, and sun. Key relationships include:
a) the motions of Earth, the moon, and sun
b) the causes for Earth's seasons
These Google Classroom products can work whether or not you have technology in the classroom. If you are in a 1:1 technology classroom, this product is perfect for you! It will also work great if you only have a few computers in your classroom. Students can use these products during literacy centers and rotate off computers. You can even use these whole-group if you have a SmartBoard or a projector!
How do I use this product?
You will be given the link to the Google Drive product. You can either email it to your students, or post on your Google Classroom! Check out my blog post to see how to upload it if you're unsure.
Interested in more Google Drive science products from Glitter in Third?
Earth and space system
Force, motion, and energy
Living systems and processes
Scientific and engineering practices
Please email me with any questions at Glitterinthird@gmail.com if you need more information!