On August 21st a total solar eclipse will sweep its way across the continental United States for the first time in almost a century. This solar eclipse unit is filled to the brim with engaging activities across the content. Use these close reading passages, writing activities, graphic organizers, task cards and projects to build excitement with your students as the total eclipse approaches! Click to learn more!
DIY Portable Solar Generator - Solar power for a SHTF situation is going to be essential. Spend a little on materials (no where near as much as the solar companies charge) and you could be saving money and living more self reliant in no time.
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Astronomy posters group project. My teacher required prep time was actually pretty minimal for this (less than an hour)! Done with first grade level students. The kids were so pleased with the results and had tons of fun doing the craft in the middle. Earth, the moon, stars, the sun, and the solar system.
We are currently in Paradise, CA staying at family's house while we spend time converting our 2016 Mercedes Sprinter Van. This process has been a challenge and we have been doing a lot of waiting for parts and special orders to arrive. Next week we will share a long post on our electrical and solar set up but today I wanted to share the first initial stage of the van process. More details about our van life plan here.
Are YOU living out of sync? Amazing map reveals time discrepencies
LEGO Sundial Science Experiment plus many other fun hands on science activities for learning about the sun and our solar system for preschool, kindergarten, 1st grade, 2nd grade, 3rd grade, 4th grade and more (astronomy, homeschool,)