Lessons for The Moon

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  • Rocket Day - … as long as possible. Lower heels and do it again. THE MOON: Children lay on stomachs with heads lifted tall and legs … aluminum foil to head for a helmet. Discuss gravity: on the moon, astronauts move in slow motion but on Earth, we can … while children pantomime the actions* (See Appendix 3). 5. Space Boots. Each child uses two plastic plates as 'moon boots' to walk … without bumping into each other. Drive on flat and bumpy moon surfaces. 7. Bumping Asteroids. Children pretend balloons are asteroids floating …
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  • Space Exploration - … the moon's surface (including the landing sites) (10 pts.) ____ 16. Interview with Neil Armstrong (10 pts.) ____ 17. Game Man to the Moon ( could be group activity) (10 pts.) ____ 18. Model showing one of the astronaut training exercises (10 … of Apollo 16 what stayed on the moon? (25 pts.) ____ 26. Survey Would you go to the moon? Or Where were you/what were you doing when man walked on the moon? (25 pts.) ____ 27 …
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  • Moon Phases - … of the new moon, 1st quarter, full moon and the 4th quarter White chalk Strategy: 1. Make a chart to show the phases of the moon. 2 … the thirty phases of the moon. 3. Use white chalk to show the white portions of the moon phases. For example: 4. Paste or tape the various moon … illustrate the waxing and waning of the moon. Children who follow a phase on the moon chart each morning will not grow up thinking that the moon
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  • Spreadsheet Moon Comparison - … , students will use the spreadsheet to make some statements about the moons. These will be recorded and shared with the other groups for verification … .   Which moon has the largest diameter?       B.   Which moons do not have an atmosphere?       C.   Which moons have ice/water present?       D.   Do the moons that … has the most moons?       G.   Does Uranus have more or fewer moons than Saturn?       H.   Which two planets have only one moon?      I.    List the moons
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  • Lunar Phases - … Moon - occurs when the Moon is between the Earth and the Sun. (talk about in relation to reflecting objects) Light is reflected off the side of the Moon … of the moon phases. Informal: TTW observe (M) as students accurately create and label the phases of the moon (C). Formal: The teacher will grade the moon phases art project (M) to determine if the 5 moon phases are …
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  • The Phases of the Moon - … -Moon positions. Objectives Student will be able to: Use technology to access information on the Internet Draw the phase of the moon that corresponds to the Earth, Moon, Sun position State the reasons moon phases are visible from … manipulate the moon phase simulator to a particular Sun/Earth/Moon position and draw the corresponding phase as seen from Earth using the Smartboard Moon Phase …
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  • Moon Glow - … are the result of the way the Sun lights the Moon's surface as the Moon orbits Earth. The Moon can only be seen as a result of the Sun … all other lights. The lamp represents the Sun while the orange represents the Moon and the volunteer represents the Earth. Only the volunteer can see the intended results of … turn in order to understand the phases of the Moon. 2. Earth will face the Sun holding the Moon in the left hand. The Moon should be held in …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 3-12
  • Phase In, Phase Out, the Magnificent Moon - … see all the phases of the moon. * The sun is always shining, like the flashlight. The earth and the moon keep turning like you and the ball. The moon seems to … the moon and makes the moon appear to shine. * No, the moon does not change shape. * The sun is always shining like the flashlight. The earth and moon keep turning. The moonthe moon and makes the moon appear to shine. * No, the moon does not change shape. * The sun is always shining like the flashlight. The earth and moon keep turning. The moon
    User Rating: Grade Level: K-2
  • The Moon - … , moon, and sun (the sun = the lamp, the earth = each person's head, the moon = the ball on a stick) + model the four main phases of the moon + distinguish between the … of the moon around the earth + moon terms o the DOC cycle used to remember the order in which the phases of the moon change D = the visible portion of the moon at first quarter O = the full moon C = the visible portion of the moon
    User Rating: Grade Level: 9-12
  • Moons of the Solar System - … moon in the sky? If not, where is it? Remind students that the moon is orbiting the earth while the earth orbits the sun, so the positions of the sun, moon, and Earth relative to each other change. D) If the moon
    User Rating: Grade Level: 3-5
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