PDF (Acrobat) Document File
Be sure that you have an application to open this file type before downloading and/or purchasing.
Looking for a way to help your students get a "feel" for the differences among asteroids, comets, or (heaven help us!) meteoroids/meteors/meteorites? Want to add some fun to your Solar System Unit? Check out this hands-on activity that gives your students a sense memory to connect to their new knowledge!
Whether you use this as a quick anticipatory set leading into a deeper lesson on these celestial bodies or as the main activity to introduce the concept to your little ones, this activity brings a sometimes confusing concept down to earth as your students' hands venture into each bag to experience the icy chill of that "dirty snowball" we call a comet, the startling warmth of a meteor racing through Earth's atmosphere, and more!
(*Just interested in the printable art? Check out my 10x10" printable versions of just the artwork in my Retro Solar System Printable Art resource!)
Included in this resource you will find...
Don't hesitate to contact me with any questions regarding my resources! Providing you with the highest quality, error-free products is my number one priority.
If you would like to be kept up-to-date as I add to my shop, you can find me on Instagram at @sparrowartco or follow my shop on TpT!
If you like this resource, please take a moment to check out my other listings!
Thank you for your interest in my shop!
*Purchase of this resource is for personal and classroom use only. No commercial license is included.