Why Aren't Stars Always in the Same Part of the Sky at Night?

Why Aren't Stars Always in the Same Part of the Sky at Night?
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This daily science unit for grade 2 presents directions and five activities in which students learn that stars appear to change positions because Earth rotates. Students also learn about the color and size of stars and what constellations appear at different times of the year. Week 2 of 5 on 'Big Idea 4: The sun, moon, and stars all have predictable patterns of movement.' Includes answer key.
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