Astronomy & Climatology Printables Slideshow

Get a sneak peek inside our printable book "Astronomy & Climatology (6-10)" with this slideshow. Students will learn about space, stars, planets, weather, and more through experiments and hands-on activities. This slideshow is just a sampling of all you can find in the printable book!
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Updated on: October 7, 2008
Students design an experiment to demonstrate that air has mass. Assesses their understanding of the properties of air, and their ability to develop hypotheses, design experiments, observe, and infer. Scoring rubric and background notes included.
Students design an experiment to demonstrate that air has mass. Assesses their understanding of the properties of air, and their ability to develop hypotheses, design experiments, observe, and infer. Scoring rubric and background notes included.
Students compare the weather in their city or part of the country with the weather in three other locations, for a two-day period. Assesses their understanding of the way weather maps display data and the factors that affect weather. Scoring rubric and background notes included.
Students create a model for a climate that is influenced by ocean currents, prevailing winds, and/or mountains. Assesses their understanding of factors that affect climate. Scoring rubric and background notes included.
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