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    Moon Phases Plate- Can't find this activity on the site the picture is linked to, but am sure I could use the picture to do something similar. Would want to write something on stick indicating where the sun would be.

    Phases of the moon, this helps the students understand while making this chart, what they look like. Science standards: 4. The Physical Setting, A. Universe, Grade 4: The patterns of stars in the sky stay the same, although they appear to move across the sky nightly, and different stars can be seen in different seasons.

    moon plate for observations - add what the moon is doing, and what we see. for their take home moon observations

    So great for moon phases! I'm totally doing this! It's nice and simple for my kids, and it gets to the point!

    Students use Oreo cookies to create the moon phases on a paper plate. Great

    Oreo Cookies to Teach the Phases of the Moon! I love this idea! Learning this phases of the moon can be quite boring, but this would certainly keep the students attention! Although, they should not be allowed to eat ALL of their cookies!! ;) *Sarah Graf

    Mmm...tasty AND educational! Also fun to do with shaving cream - let students smear it on tables and draw the phases of the moon with their finger.

    Phases of the Moon interactive display. Students put their heads in the middle and rotate. Great way to see that the only things that are really changing are the location and angle/perspective. From eberopolis.blogsp...

    so smart!! I did phases of the moon with marshmellows, but it got very sticky! This is a great alternative!