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“STAR LIGHT...STAR BRIGHT” Presenter:


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This program allows your students to be Astronomers for a day! This planetari- um allows astronomical concepts to be demonstrated in a three dimensional en- vironment. The planetarium setting is not only educationally effective but also awe-inspiring, increasing student enjoyment and interest in science.


Students will learn:


That Earth rotates on its axis, with one rotation measured as one day; That Earth's rotation and revolution affect our view of the stars; The shapes and stories of some currently visible constellations; and why people created constellations. How to recognize planets in the night sky; How planets and stars differ from each other; and What pro-grade and retrograde planetary motion are.


Common Core State Standards in Science: Analysis, Inquiry and Design Interconnectedness - Common Themes Physical Setting - The Earth and celestial phenomena can be described by principles of relative motion and perspective


Any Questions? Please Call 315 - 332- 7265 9


Ms. Sharon Bassage, Science Coordinator, W-FL BOCES


To Be Arranged With District 9:00 - 1:00 p.m. In District


$30.00 per student (Grades 4, 5, 6)


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