Tons of Moon Activities

Could have the kids do this, upload to Edmodo, and then include a write-up explaining the different phases. Hands On Science: Phases of the Moon Activities for Kids - Inspire Creativity, Reduce Chaos & Encourage Learning with Kids

21 Super Activities for Teaching Moon Phases - Emergent Reader - Teach Junkie

21 Super Activities for Teaching Moon Phases

Teaching the phases of the moon just got a little easier. Here are 21 super moon phases activities and resources including a few printables, a song and videos.

Gross Motor Phases of the Moon Game

Science - Learn about the phases of the moon with a gross motor game! This easy to set up game has a couple simple variations and is easily adaptable for any age.

Book Activities and a Free Printable Packet for Owl Moon by Jane Yolen

Owl Moon: Activities and Free Printables

Kroger's Kindergarten: Space fun.

Here's my example for the moon page (the idea came from my fabulous teaching partner). I have them glue beans down and then cover the beans with a circle of aluminum foil to make the bumpy surface of the moon. You can grab the sentence pages here.

Relentlessly Fun, Deceptively Educational: Phases of the Moon Flip Book (free printable)

Relentlessly Fun, Deceptively Educational: Phases of the Moon Flip Book (free printable) Make a Yahtzee Moon Phases game

A great science experiment for kids that are interested in space!

Simple Science Experiment for Kids: Why are there craters on the moon

This simple science experiment answers the question, "Why are there craters on the moon?" This also makes a great science fair project for children.

A Day in First Grade | Blast Off To The Moon

All About The Moon will help students learn, understand, and practice using the science terms used when talking about the moon. It also will provid.

Relentlessly Fun, Deceptively Educational: Phases of the Moon Flip Book

Relentlessly Fun, Deceptively Educational: Phases of the Moon Flip Book (free printable). This is the perfect activity if you teach middle or high school students with special learning needs. Engaging and hands on, and oh yeah, FREE.

moon facts

We have learning about the things that light up our night sky. Yesterday we learned about the moon.

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