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  1.   Phases of the Moon
This lesson will allow students to understand the phases of the moon using oreo cookies

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    Grade Level: Pre-K

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  1.   Phases of the Moon
Lesson Plan ID: 11465 Title: Phases of the Moon Overview/Annotation: This lesson will familiarize students with the phases of the moon. It can be taught in a unit dealing with the solar system. It involves all learning types-kinesthetic, auditory, tactile, and visual. Content Standard(s): SC(1) 11. Compare the day sky to the night sky as observed with the...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  2.   I didn't know know that you can Jump higher on the moon?
#2076. I didn't know know that you can Jump higher on the moon? Science, level: Elementary Posted Thu Dec 7 06:42:56 PST 2000 by Bonnie Rice (bjbelle@hotmail.com). Indiana University Of Pennsylvania, Indiana Materials Required: see notes below Activity Time: 20 minutes Concepts Taught: see notes below Introduction: In this lesson plan we will be reading the book called,...
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    Grade Level: K-5

  3.   Photogeologic Mapping of the Moon
Exercises Two and Fifteen are suggested as introductory exercises. 3.0 hours Exercise Sixteen Photogeologic Mapping of the Moon Instructor Notes with other remotely sensed data. Despite the lack of ?'ground truth,Ó photogeologic maps are important for deriving the geologic histories of planetary surfaces. It is assumed that students are familiar with geologic processes and landforms, as investigated in earlier exercises. All the nece...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  4.   Earth's Satellite: The Moon
Stacey Peppler Astronomy Unit Lesson #3: February 1st Earth's Satellite: The Moon Grade Level: 3rd Time Required: 30 minutes Standards/Outcomes: Ann Arbor (K-5 Outcomes) 1. Describe the properties of the sun, moon and Earth. 2. Develop strategies and skills for information gathering and problem solving. 3. Identify what he/she already knows before viewing and what new information he/she h...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  5.   Phases of the Moon
SERC Logo Skip to main contentSkip to navigation Starting Point-Teaching Entry Level Geoscience > Teaching with Interactive Demonstrations > Examples of Teaching with Demonstrations > Phases of the Moon Explore Teaching Examples Provide Feedback Phases of the Moon Rebecca Teed, Wright State University This material is replicated on a number of sites as part of the SERC Pedagogic Service Project Summary This exercise has students use a simple physical model of the Earth, sun, and moon to understand why the m...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  6.   Telling Time By The Light Of The Moon
Objective Students will: 1. understand that local solar time is determined by the position of the sun relative to an observer's horizon 2. identify by name the phases of the moon - waxing crescent, first quarter, waxing gibbous, full, waning gibbous, last quarter, waning crescent, and new 3. define elongation as the measurement of angular distance (in degrees) between a line of sight from an o...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  7.   Pendulums on the Moon Activity
Discovery Education Educator Login Passcode Login Products School Resources Educator Network Store About Us _ _ _ 9-12 > Physical Science _ Pendulums on the Moon Page: 1 2 3 4 5 _ Pendulums on the Moon 6-12 Grade Level Puzzlemaker Clip Art Gallery Lesson Plan Library Subject Area physical science Kathy Schrock's Guide for Educators Curriculum Focus _ Brain Boosters physics, space science Learning _ Adventures _ Science Fair Central Curriculum Center On TV Duration tw...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  8.   Track the Moon
Lesson Plan Track the Moon Students' Assignment This assignment was developed by Mike Richard of Weymouth (MA) High School + + -+ Introducing the MicroObservatory Telescopes... Annie, Ben, and Ed: Before doing this exercise, it is important that you become familiar with the MicroObservatory Telescopes. Please explore and get to know t...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  9.   Have You Seen the Man on the Moon?
Have you see the man on the moon? by Ann Dorich Introduction | Task | Resources | Process | Evaluation | Conclusion Introduction Your school has a problem. We are planning sky watching night but we need to know about the moon's phases and visible stars in the sky. Can you help? The Task Congratulations!!! You have been chosen to...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  10.   The Moon's Craters
Lesson Plan ID: 11749 Title: The Moon's Craters Overview/Annotation: This lesson will help students understand impact craters and infer how they were formed and the reason for their differences in size. Content Standard(s): SC(5) 6. Compare effects of gravitational force on Earth, on the moon, and within space. Local/National Standards: Primary...
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    Grade Level: K-12


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