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Use this resource, Constellation Quizzes, to assess student knowledge of the imaginary star outlines or patterns on our ‘celestial sphere’ they can be used simply as worksheets during the learning of the constellations! I’ve included 2 sets (with a total of 6 quizzes).
Each quiz will give students pictures and names of constellations and students will need to identify (match) each.
This Astronomy / Science resource, Constellation Flash Cards, contains for a total of 48 cards. (Includes Astrological / Zodiac Constellations)
- has lines that show the stars connected to create the constellation.
- shows only the stars of the constellation (no lines). You can use set two to have students learn the ‘grouping of the stars’ as they actually see them in the sky -or- you can allow students to actually draw the lines on each card to help learn the constellations.
This is a downloadable copy of the book. (279 pages)
About the book: This out-of-print book will give students details ‘in simple language’ (and illustrations) dealing with steam, electricity, light, heat, sound, hydraulics, optics and other apparatus. (See more in description below)
Chemical Energy is released when bonds form in a chemical reaction, often producing heat as a by-product (exothermic reaction).
Here are four experiments for students to perform which display chemical energy! Experiments include:
1. Rusty Heat
2. Easy Endothermic Reaction
3. Classic Mentos Geyser
4. Hot Ice
Physical Science is the study of the inorganic world. It is ordinarily thought of as consisting of four broad areas: astronomy, physics, chemistry, and the Earth sciences. This textbook is a full-year Physical Science curriculum (356 pages) and can be used in Middle or High School.
Teacher’s Edition also available.
Kinetic energy is energy possessed by an object due to its motion or movement. Potential energy is the stored energy of position possessed by an object. Here are eight experiments for students to perform which display chemical energy! Experiments include:
1. Rube Goldberg Machines
2. Homemade Marble Run
3. Bucket Spin
4. Salad Spinner Art
5. Rubber Band Vehicles
6. Rubber Band Car
7. Flywheel Battery
8. Pendulum of Peril
Explore the Northern Hemisphere’s Winter constellations with this resource. What are the major constellations? What is the Greek Mythology behind them? What major stars will help guide them through the night sky? How is Orion the ‘key’ to locating the main constellations? What is the name of the North Star and which constellation is it in? What is the brightest star in the sky?
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