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What's Up There Anyway?

 

Imagine taking a field trip to the moon. Would you like to explore this round ball in the sky? While we can't actually take a trip to the moon, we can learn from the things we see from earth.

 

Enjoy your Sci-ber text moon exploration! If you find a word that you do not understand, please visit the "Science Language Students Should Know And Use" Web page.

Have fun!

 

Help Me, I Think I'm Changing!

Do You Go Where I Go?
It’s Just a Phase I'm Going Through! Ring Around Each Other

Revolution Rotation

Collecting data by moon watching

Now You See Me, Now You Don't!

 
 

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Get the plug-ins: Get Adobe Acrobat Reader , and Get Quicktime Player. (The QuickTime plug-in is needed to play sounds and movies correctly.)

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  1. The title of the activity
  2. The URL (Internet address)
  3. Your name.

Remember that no pictures can be used that show student faces or student names on it. 

Teachers should view the Teacher Site Map to relate Sci-ber text and the USOE 6th grade science core.


Updated October 24, 2008 by: Glen Westbroek

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