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  • Sybil Ahlstrom

    moon phases | Science Teaching Junkie: Clearest Way to Teach Moon Phases...EVER!

  • Kristin N

    Moon phases diagram: It's probably easiest to understand the moon cycle in this order: new moon and full moon, first quarter and third quarter, and the phases in between.

  • Library 10th

    MoonConnection.com The moon phases calendar is an easy way to find out the lunar phase for any given day. Select a month and year from the drop-down, click 'Go,' and it will show you approximately what the moon will (or did) look like for any day that month. Also, links to additional information about moon phases, tides, etc.

  • Tonia Barrett

    Awesome Moon Website! Moon phases diagram, moon schedule by month, the phases explained... even a LESSON PLAN to teach about the moon!

  • Darlene Brown

    Multi-Grade Matters: Ideas for a Split Class: Lunar Phases Card Game

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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.

fun way to teach the phases of the moon! But I think some of the oreos need to be rotated a little ... might help to have an object as the sun so they can see where the light is coming from. Could also get a couple wall balls from PE for the Earth and moon and use a flash light as the sun for the actual lesson and use this activity for interactive reinforcement!

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

HowStuffWorks "Moon Phases". I like that it actually shows the Sun's shadow so students can understand how this works!

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.

how cute is this!? I would love to do this along with the oreo phases of the moon next year...too bad we already covered it.