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How to explain the earth, sun, and moon hs

Explain the Earth, Sun, and Moon HS

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Over the past 2 months, we have been doing a lot of fun projects, and here is a big picture that has all the projects we did. Here are the names of them\u2026

Over the past 2 months, we have been doing a lot of fun projects, and here is a big picture that has all the projects we did. Here are the names of them…

Seasonal Do Si Do

The light we used for Seasonal Do Si Do

The light we used for Seasonal Do Si Do

Jordan (who was my partner) doing what the Earth does

Jordan (who was my partner) doing what the Earth does

Jordan being the Earth again

Jordan being the Earth again

Seasons

Seasons

Me and My Shadow

Marking Matthew's foot in the concrete

Marking Matthew's foot in the concrete

Measuring Matthew's shadow with Sam

Measuring Matthew's shadow with Sam

The length of the shadow for me kept going to the right and getting shorter until after noon, then it got longer, but kept going to the right.

The length of the shadow for me kept going to the right and getting shorter until after noon, then it got longer, but kept going to the right.

Pasta Parallels

We took uncooked pasta and saw how many it took to fill that area. This took 3 uncooked pasta.

We took uncooked pasta and saw how many it took to fill that area. This took 3 uncooked pasta.

This took 8

This took 8

Here is the Earth at different times of the year

Here is the Earth at different times of the year

The sun's rays strike the Earth at different times of the year because the Earth is tilted and rotates on it's orbit.

The sun's rays strike the Earth at different times of the year because the Earth is tilted and rotates on it's orbit.

Moons and Tides

The moon phases

The moon phases

Sometimes the people who predict the tides were close.

Sometimes the people who predict the tides were close.

Other times, they were way off.

Other times, they were way off.

The highest tides are at full moons and new moons. You could predict them when there is a full moon or new moon they are high, then they keep getting lower, then get high again at a new and full moon.

The highest tides are at full moons and new moons. You could predict them when there is a full moon or new moon they are high, then they keep getting lower, then get high again at a new and full moon.

Fun to see all the experiments we did and put them all in one big project!

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