Space: Quick & Easy Internet Activities for the One-Computer Classroom

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Scholastic Inc., 2001 - Education - 48 pages
Build students’ Internet skills as they expand their knowledge of stars, moons, planets, space exploration, and more. This book offers more than 100 space Web sites, plus reproducible graphic organizers that help students record the information they gather. Using this information, students build a star life-cycle mobile, write their own myth about a constellation, create travel brochures of the planets, complete a timeline of historic space events, and more! For use with Grades 3-6.
 

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Contents

A Starry Mobile
1
Starry Stories
2
A Story of Stars
3
Galaxy Hunt
5
Planets and Moons
6
OffWorld Vacation Destination
7
Planets and Moons
8
Flashy Moons
9
Asteroid Word Search
18
Meteor Meteorite or Meteoroid?
20
Meteor Mews
21
Prepare for Impact
22
Space Exploration
24
Probes to the Planets
25
Window on the Universe
26
Postcard from Space
27

Scaling Down the Solar System
10
We Shrank the Solar System
11
Creature from Another Planet
12
Alien Creation
13
From Apollo to Luna Base
14
Moon Town
15
Comets Meteoroids and Asteroids
16
Letter Prom the Future
17
Space Suit Search
30
Dressing for Mars
31
Space in Time
32
Design an ISS Module
34
My Space Station Module
35
Tour the Air and Space Museum
36
Welcome to the Air and Space Museum
37
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Mary Kay Carson writes science news and educational materials for students and teachers. Mary Kay lives in Cincinnati, Ohio.

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