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  • Write a poem about the solar system with this acrostic form.
  • To use this informative two-page banner showing the phases of a lunar eclipse: print the pages, fold the edges, then glue or tape together along the edges. Laminate the banner for longer use.
  • To use this informative four-page banner of solar system from the sun to Pluto: print the pages, fold the edges, then glue or tape together along the edges. Laminate the banner for longer use.
  • To use this informative (and beautiful) four-page banner of solar system from the sun to Pluto: print the pages, fold the edges, then glue or tape together along the edges. Laminate the banner for longer use.
  • Even Einstein marvelled at the discoveries made by Edwin Hubble, for whom the Hubble Telescope is named. Find out more about this amazing scientist!
  • This beautifully simple booklet explains the phases of the moon in correct terminology with clear illustrations.
  • An easy-to-read booklet with a descriptive sentence for each of the eight planets.
  • Four identical handy reference bookmarks that illustrate all eight planets and their approximate distance (in miles) from the sun.
  • Four identical handy reference bookmarks that illustrate all eight planets and their approximate distance (in miles) from the sun.
  • "Words that come to mind when I think about..." This page features a thought bubble waiting to be filled with on-topic words. Great for kicking off a new unit.
  • Each night observe the moon and draw a picture of what you see.
  • Color this drawing of the Earth, or trace and cut out for a great shapebook.
  • Color this picture of a rocket, or trace and cut out to make a great shapebook.
  • Color this picture of a rocket or trace and cut out to make a shapebook.
  • An informational reading comprehension about astronauts.
  • This reading comprehension explains the importance of classification in science and daily life. It tells the difficulties scientists had in determining Pluto's planetary status and briefly presents the new classification of planets.
  • "Our solar system has eight planets."
  • An informational reading comprehension about the sun and a word search.
  • A series of reading comprehensions, designed to introduce the history of space travel.
  • A cardboard tube and some construction paper, and you can see the Big Dipper through your "telescope"-- this is a cute and easy craft.
  • Make a diorama of the eight planets by following these easy directions.
  • Two printable cards with graphics for writing facts about planets.
  • Instructions and worksheets for a hands-on demonstration of moon phases and both solar and lunar eclipses.
  • Fact cards for the four outer planets.
  • Use the graph to illustrate the data you have collected on the Solar System. Choose categories (ex. size, shape) and fill in the graph accordingly.
  • Booklet format for students to record what they Know, what they Want to know, and what they have Learned about Earth.
  • Booklet format for students to record what they Know, what they Want to know, and what they have Learned about Earth.
  • Booklet format for students to record what they Know, what they Want to know, and what they have Learned about the moon.
  • Booklet format for students to record what they Know, what they Want to know, and what they have Learned about the moon.
  • Use this form to organize Know, Want to know, and Learned material about the solar system.
  • Use this form to organize Know, Want to know, and Learned material about the solar system.
  • Booklet format for students to record what they Know, what they Want to know, and what they have Learned about the solar system.
  • Booklet format for students to record what they Know, what they Want to know, and what they have Learned about stars.
  • Booklet format for students to record what they Know, what they Want to know, and what they have Learned about the stars.
  • You know what you weigh on Earth (even if it doesn't make you happy!!)--but what would you weigh on Mars? on Pluto? Students combine science and math in this fun gravity lab.
  • To use this informative four-page poster of the phases of the moon and the lunar eclipse, including diagrams: print the pages, fold the edges, then glue or tape together along the edges. Laminate the poster for longer use.
  • To use this four-page poster: print the pages, fold the edges, then glue or tape together along the edges. Laminate the poster for longer use.
  • To use this informative four-page poster of the phases of the moon: print the pages, fold the edges, then glue or tape together along the edges. Laminate the poster for longer use.
  • To use this informative four-page poster showing the phases of the solar eclipse: print the pages, fold the edges, then glue or tape together along the edges. Laminate the poster for longer use.

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