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The Changing Moon: Science Manipulative (Learning Activity)
Students make a moon wheel and observe how the moon seems to change shape each month.
Grade: K-2, Subject: Early Learning, Topic: Early Science
Moon Watchers (Moon Phases Calendar): Science Homework Page (Homework Form)
To learn about moon phases, children record the shape of the moon each night!

Includes a note to parents or other caregivers in children's...
Grade: 1-3, Subject: Professional Development, Science, Topic: Teacher Tips and Strategies, Astronomy and Space
Moon and Star (Clip Art)
Add this cute illustration to your science center when studying the solar system or the phases of the moon.
Grade: Pre-K-3, Subject: Science, Topic: Astronomy and Space
Moon Math (Learning Activity)
Track the months with the moon to learn more about how the cycles of the moon relate to the calendar.
Grade: K-2, Subject: Early Learning, Topic: Early Math
Fall - Moons - Full & Gibbous (Pattern) (Learning Activity, Lesson Plan)
Use the pattern to create a moon watch calendar, and try these ideas to explore a classic piece of children's literature, Margaret Wise Brown'
Grade: Pre-K-2, Subject: Language Arts, Science, Holidays and Seasonal Themes, Reading, Topic: Literature Appreciation, Astronomy and Space, Seasonal Themes
The Changing Moon: Interactive Science Wheel (Worksheet)
Observe how the moon seems to change shape throughout the month. Includes background information, step-by-steps, and a complete template!
Grade: 1-3, Subject: Science, Topic: Astronomy and Space
The Moon: Internet Scavenger-Hunt Question Cards (Science) (Learning Activity)
Build internet research skills by having students find the answers to 3 questions about the moon. A challenge question and website are included.
Grade: 4-8, Subject: Language Arts, Science, Technology, Topic: Research Skills, Astronomy and Space, Communication and the Internet, Computers
Fall - Moons - Quarter & Crescent (Pattern) (Learning Activity, Lesson Plan)
Use the pattern to create a moon-phase mini-book, to learn about the moon's phases at snack time, and create a night-sky window shade for rest time.
Grade: Pre-K-2, Subject: Science, Holidays and Seasonal Themes, Topic: Astronomy and Space, Seasonal Themes
Maze: Astronaut to Moon (Form, Homework Form)
Practice reasoning skills while completing this maze.
Grade: 1-2, Subject: Math, Science, Early Learning, Social Studies, Topic: Logic and Problem Solving, Astronomy and Space, Physics, Motor Skills, Communities and Ways of Life
Exploring Our Solar System Activities! (Learning Activity)
This activity reproducible is full of great stargazing activities. Learn the planets of the solar system and facts about our sun and moon with...
Grade: Pre-K-3, Subject: Science, Topic: Astronomy and Space
Full Moon (Narrative): Grade 4 Common Core Writing Lesson (Worksheet)
What's it like when the moon is full?
Grade: Grade 4, Subject: Language Arts, Topic: Writing
Copy the Pattern: Suns and Moons (Worksheet, Cut and Paste)
Help children gain an understanding of patterns and relationships and improve motor skills by cutting out the pieces and pasting them in the...
Grade: Pre-K-1, Subject: Early Learning, Topic: Early Math
Moon Walk -Finding the main idea (Worksheet)
Read a true story about the astronaut, Neil Armstrong, and then find the main idea of a story.
Grade: Grade 2, Subject: Reading, Topic: Reading Comprehension
The Case of Cow Who Jumped Over the Moon: Story and Grammar Practice (Worksheet)
Students will have fun reading the hilarious adventure, The Case of the Cow Who Jumped Over the Moon. This adventure will give students practice...
Grade: 3-5, Subject: Language Arts, Reading, Topic: Vocabulary, Word Recognition, Grammar and Punctuation, Spelling
Variant Vowels (oo/moon, book): Phonics Learning Mats (Worksheet)
Here are lots of ways to give chlldren practice with the variant vowels "oo" as in moon and book. Perfect for homework or in a learning...
Grade: K-2, Subject: Reading, Topic: Phonics
Moon Walk: Identifying Literary Elements Activity (Worksheet)
Students read a short nonfiction passage on Neil Armstrong and then try to determine what the main idea is in the story.
Grade: 1-3, Subject: Reading, Topic: Reading Comprehension
Moon Madness - Using Parenthesis With Subtraction (Learning Activity)
Here's an opportunity for your students to experience additional practice using parenthesis with subtraction to uncover the answer to a fun fact.
Grade: 3-5, Subject: Math, Topic: Addition and Subtraction
How Many Moons: Writing a Passage in Cursive (Worksheet)
Students practice writing a passage in cursive. Passage and primary practice lines are provided.
Grade: 2-4, Subject: Language Arts, Topic: Writing
Regards to the Man in the Moon (Lesson Plan)
In this story by Ezra Jack Keats, Louie is unhappy because the other children call his father "the junk man." But his father teaches him that...
Grade: K-2, Subject: Reading
Race to the Moon! (Adding basic facts): Pocket-Folder Center (Worksheet)
Here's everything you need to create an irresistible pocket-folder learning center! Includes an activity mat, picture cards, and a practice page&mdash
Grade: K-1, Subject: Early Learning, Math, Topic: Early Math, Addition and Subtraction
Star, Star, Moon (Differentiating Between Beginning Consonant Sounds): Phonics Shoe Box Learning Center (Worksheet)
Children stamp pictures to show what they know about letters and the sounds they make!
Grade: K-2, Subject: Reading, Topic: Phonics
oo (Moon): Phonics Trees (Variant Vowels) (Worksheet)
Phonics trees feature a phonics concept and format that will entice young learners to match the letter or letter combinations on the tree trunk...
Grade: K-2, Subject: Reading, Topic: Phonics
The Rocky Planets (Lesson Plan)
Mercury, Venus, Earth, and Mars are commonly called the "rocky planets." They are the four planets closest to the Sun and share a few features...
Grade: 1-3, Subject: Science, Topic: Astronomy and Space
Discover the Planets (Worksheet)
This chart of planets in the solar system includes their distance from the sun and relative size. Have students use it as a reference for making...
Grade: K-2, Subject: Science, Topic: Astronomy and Space

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