Students will label the diagrams of the Geocentric and Heliocentric Models. They will then use the information from their diagrams in addition to their notes, textbook, or internet to answer questions about the contributions of Ptolemy, Copernicus, and Kepler.I have used this activity as a classwork
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Diagram of a solar and a lunar eclipse for students to label. Includes a master teacher copy and a blank worksheet for students to fill out.You can also view a full preview of this graphic organizer :)*********************************************************************If you like this product
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This is a science assessment that covers essential standards 3.E.1.1 and 3.E.1.2. The assessment includes questions about the sun, moon, and planets, shadows, rotation, revolution, and seasons. It has questions that require students to label diagrams, fill in the blank with vocabulary terms, and ope
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⭐ ⭐ ⭐ Students will label and color important objects in our solar system using clear step-by-step directions. Then students answer 12 questions about the planets.I use this in my classroom as a classwork, sub-plan. assessment enrichment, practice, and remediation.⭐Key Words: Solar system, planets,
This is a great assessment of Solar System knowledge for third, fourth and fifth grade. It asks students to label the planets, including Pluto the dwarf planet. Students also draw in the asteroid belt, label the rock planets, and label the gas planets. This could also be used as a learning activity
Draw and label diagrams showing historical heliocentric and geocentric models of the solar system.Includes four levels of differentiation.

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This google slide is a set of enrichment and extension no prep activities that have to do with the solar system and space. These can be used as gifted enrichment or just fun companion activities as you teach your space unit for upper grades! They can be used as centers or for independent work. It i
In this activity, students will label objects in our solar system and then answer questions regarding gravity, mass, and distance in regards to our sun. This resource includes:Gravity in our Solar System Diagram with QuestionsGravity in our Solar System Diagram with Questions KEYCheck out some of m
The students will use the story to help them label each planet. Then they will answer questions about the solar system.
This is a combination study guide with direct correlation to the test made for Science.The study guide and test include these sections:-Vocabulary-Key Ideas- Multiple Diagrams and PicturesThe test includes matching, multiple choice, short answer, fill in the blank, and true or false. Students
Use this diagram to label the different planets of our Solar System. Students may also add color or other notes about each planet. This is a great resource for students first learning about planets and the solar system.
Solar System {Science Weekly Five™ Stations}This Science Weekly Five™ supplemental stations unit is all about the sun, earth, and moon system.Be sure to download your free Science Weekly Five Start-Up Kit. You need the posters and recording sheets when setting up stations.....................
This HUGE Solar System Unit is 322 pages. It focuses on the planets, Earth's moon, and the constellations.This unit includes:58 posters (Planets, Moon Phases, & Constellations)21 Pages of Vocabulary Cards with Pictures (Each page has 2 terms)21 Pages of Vocabulary Cards with Pictures &
H-R Diagram Graphing Activity: This activity has students completing the following: 1. Graphing stars based from their temperature and brightness. 2. Marking each star on the graph according to their size.3. Label the Spectral Classes OBAFGKM4. Identify each group of stars as either White dwarfs,
Help students understand the relationship between the Earth, sun, and moon. Students will draw and summarize the following: What causes the phases of the moon? How does the moon affect the tides? What is the difference between solar and lunar eclipses? After reading short descriptions, students wi
Engage your upper elementary science students with this introduction to the solar system! Students will read short texts and watch videos to learn about solar system basics such as order of the planets, orbits, definition of a year, and definition of moons. Students will answer comprehension questio
This Solar System Unit includes:Vocabulary Cards: 12 individual cards with a picture and the word1 sheet containing all 12 pictures and wordswords include: Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, asteroids, sun, moon, and Solar SystemAnchor Charts Solar System Cycle2 listing e
You will love using this Solar Eclipse Teach-Go Pennant! This Solar Eclipse Pennants is perfect for a quick interactive activity to study the eclipse. Your students will love studying and using these! They will be perfect to display after completion.Solar Eclipse Activities Pennants Included ⚫
Enjoy teaching your students about our solar system while practicing several speech and language goals. This bundle includes the following contents:Pages 3-4: Vocabulary picture cardsUse to: label, describe, formulate sentences, sequence, categorize (inner/outer, rocky/gas), “Who am I?” gamePages 5-
Astronomy and Space Exploration Word Wall Pennants (Earth Science)VISIT MY STORE AND FOLLOW TO GET UPDATES WHEN NEW RESOURCES ARE ADDED This is a Word Wall Set that has 54 words included. Buy now and save $$$. → Includes 2 to a page banner pennant word wall. → Print two or four to a page, cu
This no-prep solar systems quiz contains a mix of assessment styles including matching, fill-in-the-blank, labeling diagrams, writing sentences, and multiple choice. Students will demonstrate their knowledge of the inner and outer planets, the sun and moon, be able to label the planets in order from
VERY modified solar system test with multiple choice! I teach third grade and gave this to two of my LOW SPED kiddos! See below for questions asked so you can decide if you want to buy!.1.A hot, glowing ball of gases is a...2.The Earth’s imaginary line, or axis, runs through the earth's...3.
This is a great way for students to review facts about Stars, Planets and Galaxies. There are 21 cards containing factual information such as: " a huge object in space made up of gas and giving off light and heat from nuclear reactions" and "a group that revolve around a star are part of a solar sy
This multiple choice, true/false, draw and label, and short answer questions covers astronomy topics from big bang, galaxies, life and death of a star, HR-Diagrams, and our solar system.

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