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Primary planets and elementary moons

Ralph A Winrich

Primary planets and elementary moons

activities for primary students

by Ralph A Winrich

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Published by NASA Lewis Research Center in Cleveland, Ohio .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Planets -- Study and teaching (Primary) -- United States,
  • Solar system -- Study and teaching (Primary) -- United States,
  • Moon -- Study and teaching (Primary) -- United States

  • Edition Notes

    StatementRalph A. Winrich, Sister Mary Samuel
    ContributionsMary Samuel, Sister, Lewis Research Center, NASA Aerospace Education Services Project (U.S.)
    The Physical Object
    Paginationii, 36 p. :
    Number of Pages36
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13612698M

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      Moon Unit Study from Homeschool 4 Me – This free printable, hands on educational unit has everything you need to teach kids about the moon. These engaging activities are sure to make the information stick for Prek-6th graders. To give you an idea of all the resources in this moon unit, you will find: printable moon phases mini book, printable to make Oreo moon phases, solar system. The largest moon is called Titan, and it's the second-largest moon in the solar system. It's so big that it's actually larger than the planet Mercury. Titan is a unique moon because it has its own.


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Winrich, Mary Samuel. It talks about the 8 planets and some of the moons of the different planets. This book is perfect for a preschool or kindergarten introduction to the planets, though the section discussing the moons could use some work.

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Get this from a library. Primary planets and elementary moons: activities for primary students. [Ralph A Winrich; Mary Samuel, Sister.; Lewis Research Center.

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