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Sun, Dec 07, 2014 10:15 PM in How to Get Students to Look At the Night Sky
First, you would have to see the area in which the student lives. I know that for Miami-Dade area students, they can just hop in a car and go either East or West. However, not every student might have that same choice. You can perhaps take students to a planetarium or complete a Webquest on the stars. Maybe even buy glow-in-dark stars and create your own "nightsky". Or you can use the NASA website...
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Sun, Dec 07, 2014 5:51 PM in Experiments
Science is all around us, therefore, I think planning for a simple lesson will be extremely easy for you. I found the following website to be helpful:
The younger students are intrigued by hands-on activities, you could do something with the five senses, outdoor habitats, energy, paint, etc. Good luck!
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