The moon is a mysterious object that can be understood better by exploring the different phases the moon goes through.
1. Watch a video
2. Particiapte with the interactive lesson
3. Record different moon phases at night for the next two weeks.
4. Create a project showing the different phases of the moon.
Go to the interactive website to learn the different phases and orbits the moon takes. http://e-learningforkids.org/Courses/EN/S0801/login.htm
Play this game ONCE.
DIRECTIONS: Make sure to pick the correct punctuation mark by using the red arrows. Then move the "splat hose" by moving the yellow arrows.
1. Where are fossils found the most?
Skylar Joe Ingrid: http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2008/12/081219-top-ten-dinosaurs-fossils.html
2. What kind of dinosaurs were fossilized?
Jude Maddie Kacey Jacob: http://www.ehow.com/info_7966288_types-dinosaur-fossils.html
3. Can we tell what dinosaurs eat from their fossils?
Grant Riley: http://www.globalpost.com/dispatch/news/opinion/120831/last-meal-fossils-found-china-show-dinosaurs-dinner
4. What type of animals have turned into fossils?
Ryder Kailea: http://www.wacona.com/promote/fossils/dinosaur.htma
Play this game to learn all about dictionaries.
Building Background: Check out this video below to learn about what our story will be about this week.
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