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Transcript: By: Ariana Hernandez, Olivia Neumann, Ashley Konanez, and Toni-Ann Schuttinger Lesson Plan: Out And About At The Planetarium by: Alberti, Theresa Jarosz Lesson: For this book i chose to do a science lesson about constellations. For the lesson the teacher could first go over some well known constellations. Then the kids could make their own constellations using the first letter of their name.They would first draw their letter with dots and then glue stars down on the dots connecting the letter. Fluffy's Funny Field Trip By: Joanna Cole Lesson Plan: For this book I chose to do a math lesson about the planets. The children will cutout different planets and glue them on construction paper. Then they can count how many planets there are in the solar system and how many suns and moons. They can also practice writing the numbers. The Magic School Bus: Lost in the Solar System Pre Book: Post Book: Fluffy's Funny Field Trip by Kate McMullen is about a guinea pig who visits the planetareum with his class. He learns about the stars and constellations. The children will have the book read to them and after they will do a fill in the vowels- space worksheet. they will have to look at each space theme picture and fill in the missing vowels for the space themed word.This will help the children learn vowels and sounding out the words. PLanetarium Pre-Book: Hedgie Blasts Off! by Jan Brett is a story about a hedgehog that goes to space and what he finds on the planet Mikkop. Lesson: A lesson in art could be done with this book. Before the book is read, the children can tell the teacher what they think Hedgie will find in space and write everyones ideas down. After they read the book, they can all make a rocket ship and put their picture "inside" the rocket. Trip to the Planetarium This book gives a guided tour of star city planetarium.It will help the children understand what a planetarium is before they take a trip there. It explains to the children what equpment is used in a planetarium show and some of the different objects in the sky. The children will discover facts about the sun, the moon, the stars and planets. On the last page of the book it gives some fun facts that the children will be interested in learning. Post Book: Ms. Frizzles class is learning about the solar system. The students are going on a field trip to the planetarium. When they get to the planetarium, it is closed for repairs. They decide to take the magic school bus on a trip to the solar system. In space, the students visit the moon, the sun, and all nine planets.


Transcript: Trip to SPACE!!! The Sun is a star It is 92.96 million miles from the Earth It is made up of gas, with no solid surface Temperature is 15,000.000 C Diameter is 1,000,000 km Mercury Mercury is the smallest planet in the solar system Planet closest to the sun Can only be seen on Earth just before sunrise or just after sunset Earth's diameter is 12, 775 km It is the only planet that has liquid water on its surface. It is the only planet in the solar system that has life It is the only planet that has an atmosphere containing 21 percent oxygen Venus is 67 million miles, from the sun Venus is the 2nd planet from the sun It is the hottest planet in the solar system Venus orbits round the sun in 262 days Is the brightest planet in the solar system Known as the Evening star and Morning star Mars is similar to Earth It is the fourth planet form the sun Has both North and South polar ice caps A typical year on Mars is 1 year and 320 days Has two moons Jupiter has a diameter of 88,700 miles Jupiter is the fifth planet in order from the Sun It is about 483 million miles, from the Sun Jupiter turns on its axis once every 9.84 hours Jupiter is the stormiest planet in the Solar System Saturn is the second largest planet in the Solar System Is the sixth planet in the Solar System Saturn has 18 Moons Saturn is 886 million miles, from the Sun. Saturn takes 29½ years to make one complete orbit of the Sun URANUS Uranus has 27 Moons Uranus is one of the “gas giants”, the four outer planets which are entirely composed of gas Most of the center of Uranus is a frozen mass of ammonia and methane, which gives it the blue-green color The atmosphere also contains hydrogen and helium Uranus is the smallest of the four “giants”, but is still several times larger than the Earth Uranus takes 17.9 hours to turn once on its own axis Neptune is the 8th planet from the Sun Neptune was first seen in 1846 from the observatory in Berlin Neptune is the third largest planet in the Solar System It is composed only of gas Neptune is a great ball of hydrogen and helium. Lets Review! MARS JUPITER SUN Venus atmosphere is composed of carbon dioxide It is the hottest planet in the solar system Venus orbits round the sun in 262 days Venus is 67 million miles, from the sun Venus is covered by clouds of water vapor and sulfuric acid and the surface cannot be seen with an ordinary astronomy telescope Venus has continents, mountains and craters. SATURN NEPTUNE Uranus Neptune Saturn Mars Earth Venus Jupiter Mercury VENUS Earth 1. Planet closest to the sun? 2. Which planet is the stormiest? 3. Known as the "gas planet"? 4. Third largest planet in the Solar System? 5. Planet with life? 6. Hottest Planet in Solar System? 7. Planet similar to Earth 8. Second largest planet in the Solar System? Pluto takes 248½ years to complete its orbit round the Sun. it is smaller then Mercury it orbits in an ellipses considered a dwarf planet

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