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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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Nutritious foods are full of nutrients that help our bodies grow and stay healthy. Learn how many foods are good for you and start eating them.


Learning Objectives

  1. Students will learn about the new USDA MyPlate food guidelines and food groups.
  2. Students will understand the difference between healthy and unhealthy foods.
  3. Students will learn how to identify healthy foods and incorporate them into meals and snacks.
  4. Students will discover that eating he...

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Supporting Activities

  1. Plan a Menu. Ask students to use the USDA MyPlate food guidelines and lessons from the video to make a weekly menu for their families. Encourage students to consider portion sizes, servings of each food group per day, and their families dietary preferences. Ask students to share their menus with their families and report back to class. Send a note...

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Come join us in the "matter kitchen" as we learn that our entire world is made of matter.


Learning Objectives

  1. Students will understand that all objects everywhere, those you can see and even those you cannot see, are made up of matter.
  2. Students will realize that not all matter is the same. Some objects are alike, and some are different.
  3. Students will know the five senses that aid us in learning more about matter: se...

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Supporting Activities

  1. Before viewing the video

    1. Bring several objects (solids, liquids, and, if possible, gases) into the classroom (or use objects already in the classroom). Ask the students to describe objects. See if the students can think of any ways to group the objects into categories (all of the solids, all of the...

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