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This manipulative by the National Weather Service has diagrams thatconnect the lunar phases to the tides.
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"Investigate cool """"""""ologies"""""""" (disciplines) at New York's American Museum of Natural History site. There are tons of activities relates to all the """"""""ologies"""""""" and wonderful videos and information for elementary level children."
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We observe the different angles between the sun, earth, and moon by the phases of the moon we see each month. Students, acting as the earth, will see differences in light and dark sides of their hand-held moon.
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There are a variety of details in understanding tides. For elementary students, simply understanding what tides are and their frequency is appropriate (each day typically has two high tides and two low tides). Tying this to a model of gravity and the Moon’s motion and phases to understand tides...
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The presence of water in solid, liquid, and gaseous forms is one of the primary factors that distinguished Earth from its neighbors in the solar system. In this activity, students will toss a globe to collect data on whether there is more surface water or land on earth.
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