Alanna Morrow-Rankin

Alanna Morrow-Rankin

Alanna Morrow-Rankin
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Planets - Solar System Research Unit - Let your 2nd, 3rd, and 4th grade classroom or homeschool students enjoy this 60+ page resource that focuses on our solar system, outer space, and the planets. Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune are covered. This research unit is great for a group based project, as an interactive notebook activity, to supplement your science curriculum, and as individual work. Let students investigate  to find the answers and learn more!

Planets - Solar System Research Unit - Let your 2nd, 3rd, and 4th grade classroom or homeschool students enjoy this 60+ page resource that focuses on our solar system, outer space, and the planets. Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune are covered. This research unit is great for a group based project, as an interactive notebook activity, to supplement your science curriculum, and as individual work. Let students investigate to find the answers and learn more!

This is a 6 page packet on space and planets.This packet contains the following:A sort activity requiring the students to match the planet wi...

This is a 6 page packet on space and planets.This packet contains the following:A sort activity requiring the students to match the planet wi...

Solar System: Rotating and Revolving     Teaching Special Thinkers. I would use this to teach the difference between the planets rotating and revolving. After this, I could work my way into the stars and different constellations.

Solar System: Rotating and Revolving Teaching Special Thinkers. I would use this to teach the difference between the planets rotating and revolving. After this, I could work my way into the stars and different constellations.

Research + Facts Fans = FUN! Students research the planets and record their information. Color, cut, and add a metal brad. You have a Fact Fan!

Research + Facts Fans = FUN! Students research the planets and record their information. Color, cut, and add a metal brad. You have a Fact Fan!

Foldable explaining the order of the planets from the sun. My son is learning about the planets and having a quiz on it

Foldable explaining the order of the planets from the sun. My son is learning about the planets and having a quiz on it

SC.5.E.5.2 - Recognize the major common characteristics of all planets and compare/contrast the properties of inner and outer planets. This activity is great for a class activity or an informal evaluation of the students. It sharpens the students' sorting skills, as well as comparing and contrast. Students will also demonstrate their knowledge of the difference between inner and outer planets throughout the activity, which can be use for informal assessments.

SC.5.E.5.2 - Recognize the major common characteristics of all planets and compare/contrast the properties of inner and outer planets. This activity is great for a class activity or an informal evaluation of the students. It sharpens the students' sorting skills, as well as comparing and contrast. Students will also demonstrate their knowledge of the difference between inner and outer planets throughout the activity, which can be use for informal assessments.

I love these solar system facts. They are mostly all numbers and could assist in making math questions and incorporating mathematical concepts in our Unit.

I love these solar system facts. They are mostly all numbers and could assist in making math questions and incorporating mathematical concepts in our Unit.

I love these solar system facts. They are mostly all numbers and could assist in making math questions and incorporating mathematical concepts in our Unit.

I love these solar system facts. They are mostly all numbers and could assist in making math questions and incorporating mathematical concepts in our Unit.

I love these solar system facts. They are mostly all numbers and could assist in making math questions and incorporating mathematical concepts in our Unit.

I love these solar system facts. They are mostly all numbers and could assist in making math questions and incorporating mathematical concepts in our Unit.

What would you keep in a jar? Art project for any age. Make "how to draw jar" sheet for sub perhaps.  Be creative. Use your imagination.

What would you keep in a jar? Art project for any age. Make "how to draw jar" sheet for sub perhaps. Be creative. Use your imagination.