This is an interactive notebook with 3 lab experiments, to teach Basic Astronomy concepts to students in grades 2 - 4. A 50 item test is included to evaluate students' learning at the end. Students will learn to differentiate between planets and stars, and identify the brightest planet in our solar system that is often mistaken for a star. They will learn about the big bang theory. They will discover different features about the sun. They will learn about both lunar and solar eclipses, and how to differentiate the two. They will learn about lunar phases through an Oreo project that is followed with a graphic organizer using glue and black construction paper. They will make "planet playing cards" that will help them study and enjoy the features and differences among the planets. (I do not have any game for them to play with these, but kept the idea open for students to invent their own games). There is an insert to help students learn how to navigate home through finding Polaris. They will also cover a brief history of space exploration. As an added bonus, I included templates for constellation disks, in which students can study constellations as well as see them through shadows and light. These disks can also be used as needlepoint templates in order to finish a sewing project about constellations.