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Rakettityö luetun ymmärtämisenä. Lapsille varattiin erilaisia tarvikkeita työn toteuttamiseen. Ainoastaan tausta töpötettiin yhdessä valmiiksi. Työ myös kertaa matematiikan muotoja.

Rakettityö luetun ymmärtämisenä. Lapsille varattiin erilaisia tarvikkeita työn toteuttamiseen. Ainoastaan tausta töpötettiin yhdessä valmiiksi. Työ myös kertaa matematiikan muotoja.

Today in History: The Iconic Blue Marble Photo was Taken by one of the astronauts aboard the Apollo 17, the last manned mission to the Moon.

The Blue Marble.Original caption: "View of the Earth as seen by the Apollo 17 crew traveling toward the moon. This is the first time the Apollo trajectory made it possible to photograph the south polar ice cap.

This would have gone perfect with my Sun, Earth, and Moon unit!

This place has some great science and history ideas for the third grade. These could be edited to work with a higher or lower grade. Third Grade Thinkers: Science: Earth Cycles Need to make sure its accurate to prevent misconceptions!

Kuvis ja askartelu - www.opeope.fi. Tokaluokan kanssa tehtiin pala avaruutta. Taustassa käytettiin suolatekniikkaa ja planeetoissa frottagea. Raketteihin liimattiin korokepalat, jotta ne ovat hieman irti alustasta. Kehykset kuviin saatiin repimällä reunat.

No instructions on link. I would use a watercolour and salt for background, frottage for planets, rockets mounted off the paper (double sided foam stickers).

Science for Kids: Moon Themed Crafts and Activities for Kids- including moon sensory play, moon art projects, and moon learning activities!

Astronomy for Kids: Moon Crafts and Activities

Great for astronomy! Science for Kids: Moon Themed Crafts and Activities for Kids- including moon sensory play, moon art projects, and moon learning activities!

Literary Hoots: Constellations & Astronomy for Kids

Constellations & Astronomy for Kids

Literary Hoots: Constellations & Astronomy for Kids Observe that the patterns of stars in the sky stay the same although they appear to shift across the sky nightly, and different stars can be seen in different seasons.

Remember that feeling in school when you walked in and realized that you forgot a project was due?  Pure panic in the bottom of your gut?!  Yeah, that happened to me today, but it wasn't

Teaching Tuesday: How to Make a Planet (with an old CD

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