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Solar System And Beyond Complete Equipment Package


What kinds of future space missions should we fund and conduct?

Students take observations from their everyday life and build scientific models to try to understand how phenomena, such as changes in the moon’s appearance, seasons, and gravity work. Through data collection and analyzation students later use their understanding of what can be learned through space missions to determine the trade-offs of different proposed space missions.

Core Science Content: Earth, moon, moon phases, seasons, axial tilt, Solar system, planetary motion, gravity

PE Assessment Example: Prepare a labeled diagram that includes a caption explaining how Earth’s tilt and its orbit around the Sun cause each of the following: a. changes in the angle of sunlight hitting the Earth’s surface. b. the seasons in the Southern Hemisphere to be opposite of the seasons in the Northern Hemisphere.

ESS1-1, ESS1-2, ESS1-3


Title Item # Price Quantity
COMPLETE EQUIPMENT PACKAGE (materials for up to 5 classes of 32 students, mobile storage cart, Online Portal for one teacher includes online subscription to Teacher Edition and Resources, Student Book in English/Spanish (E/S), student sheets (E/S), visual aids (E/S), PowerPoints, online assessment system, LABsent, and supplemental resources) SMS-SPA-3000 $1,218.00