In this word document, you will find a list of links and questions that your kids and you can do collaboratively or you can upload the Word Doc to Google Docs and assign to your students in Google Classroom. Remember if you choose to use this document in Google Docs/Classroom make a copy for each student so they can write in the document and turn in.
In the hyperdoc, you will find a Britannica resource (this can be read aloud by your computer), a Bill Nye PDF that can be discussed, interactive maps, videos, and websites for kids. There's even a link to a quiz (and flashcards) built in through quizlet and a place for the kids to draw a solar eclipse online.
I hope that you find it useful for your class. I tried to make it a mix of things that you would read and discuss (online digital literacy) and things that the kids could create and play with while learning! It was super fun to create and I learned a ton.
If you choose to do it with your kids, there are places that you can stop and ask your kids what they are learning. If you choose to do the doc in Google Classroom, each kid will be able to respond to the response text boxes (like what have you learned so far, what's the best place to see the eclipse and even a question about what you'll see in your own city.
There's lots to do packed in these 3 pages!