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The Water Cycle
gadrian_1844335 
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2016
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Describe the movement of water through the water cycle . Describe how water runs off land. Compare fresh water and salt water.
NASA ECLIPS: ELEMENTARY ROSE COLORED GLASSES- A NEW CAMERA FOR HUBBLE
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  • Physical Science
  • Elementary (Grades 3-5)
Rose Colored Glasses - A New Camera for Hubble teaches fifth and sixth grade students about visible light, wavelengths of different colored light and...
NASA ECLIPS: (MIDDLE SCHOOL)   PREPARING FOR A SOFT LANDING
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Preparing for a Soft Landing introduces students to NASA's plans to return to the moon. Thinking and acting like scientists and engineers, students...
NASA ECLIPS: (HIGH SCHOOL) MAKING WAVES
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Making Waves asks students to organize different energy images into a logical pattern. Working in teams, students investigate and research different...
NASA ECLIPS: (HIGH SCHOOL) COOLING OFF
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Cooling Off introduces students to the challenge of maintaining temperatures while in space. Thinking and acting like scientists and engineers,...
NASA ECLIPS INTERACTIVE LESSON: SOLAR IMAGES (ELEMENTARY)
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  • Physical Science
  • Elementary (Grades 3-5)
In this activity participants will create a picture of the sun that can then be examined with colored filters to simulate how specialized instruments...
NASA ECLIPS INTERACTIVE LESSON: MAPPING EARTH'S SURFACE WITH ICESat-2 (MIDDLE & HIGH SCHOOL)
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  • Earth and Space Science
  • MS, HS
To understand how a satellite in space can accurately measure Earth's surface.
NASA ECLIPS: THE COLORS OF ICE
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In this activity participants learn about light refraction and birefringence by viewing sculptures of transparent tape through polarized film.
Smart Board Activities
cvoel3 
Updated: 
2018
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  • Multiple Subjects
  • High School
*Compatible with Smart Notebook version 16
'Like Stars on Earth' Persuasive Writing Lesson
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  • Multiple Subjects
  • High School
Students will have watched the movie “Like Stars on Earth” prior to this lesson. A discussion will have followed addressing the need of materials for...