Dog

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This well fed dog weighs 90 pounds on earth and only 15 pounds on the moon.

Student Application

Take a closer look at the Moon and find out what makes Earth's nearest neighbor so unique.


Learning Objectives

  1. Students will understand the moons relationship to Earth.
  2. Students will describe the composition of the moon.
  3. Students will understand the effects of gravity on the moon.
  4. Students will detail the phases of the moon.


Supporting Activities

  1. Before viewing the video

    Lead a short discussion with the following questions. (You might want to record the responses so you can check for accuracy afterward.) Which is larger the sun or the moon or Earth? Does the moon have water on it? Or air? Or plants? Or animals? Ask the class to tell you what shape to expect to see in the sk...

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Dog

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Cartoon dog

Student Application

From tadpole to frog, egg to chicken, caterpillar to butterfly, and puppy to dog, learn the stages of the life cycles of animals.


Learning Objectives

  1. Students will understand that there are four different stages in an animal's lifecycle: First, it is born; second, it grows and changes and becomes an adult; third, it produces offspring; and fourth, it dies. The animal's offspring can have their own offspring, and so on. The "cycle" part of the word "lifecycle" means that although an individual ani...

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Supporting Activities

  1. Pantomime: After watching the video, divide the students into two groups. One group represents the simple metamorphosis; the other represents complete metamorphosis. Have each group work out a way to show the other group what happens in their version of the lifecycle through pantomime. This activity can be done in pairs or small groups as we...

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