Science Rocks! Middletown Middle School
Astro-Web: Earth, Moon and Sun
This page contains links to material presented in class related to our studies of the Earth Moon and Sun.
PDF of information presented in class on Day/Night, Seasons, Rotation and Revolution Graphic Organisers for Day/Night, Seasons, Rotation and Revolution Seasons 1-2 phases eclipses and tides vocab preview
Winter Break daylength moon phase extra credit project (click on the link at the top of the page to scroll down for locations and links to data to work with) Newton's Laws
"Watching the Tides: Science on the Spot" you tube video guide sheet. Open the pdf of the guide sheet and click on the link at the top of the page. PDF version of the Tides power point we used in class
What are Tides: Reading What are Tides: Vocab Sheet What are Tides: Study Guide Tides
Phases of the moon video guide sheet and link to YouTube video "The Phases of the Moon" by pvsciteach. Open the pdf of the guide sheet and click on the video link at the top of the page.
Phases Phases Lab/Activity Phases Graphic Organizer Another Phases Graphic Organizer!
Video: Solar System Models video guide sheet and link to video Video: "What is Gravity" video guide sheet and link to video Gravity Mass and Distance Worksheet
Directions and Rubrics for ELA/Science Cross Curricular Research Project Research Links for ELA/Science Cross Curricular Research Project
Eclipse Worksheet Eclipse Graphic Organizers from class Eclipses 1.2 Phase, Tides and Eclipses Study Guide
Gravity and Orbits
End of Unit Exam Study Guide
Video: Stargazing-How The Sky Works PDF of guide sheet contains link to video
Daylength/Moon Phase Project Daylength/Moon Phase Project Latitude Data Daylength/Moon Phase Project Longitude Data Sky Log Data
FABULOUS Astronomy Links! Animation Links Links to other
Earth, Moon & Sun Sites
Our Solar System-PPT from State Curriculum Motion of the Moon The Celestial Sphere The Plane of the Ecliptic
Zodiac Motion around the Sun Structure of the Moon Moon Formation Theories
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