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Smithsonian Science for the Classroom™: How Can We Predict When the Sky Will Be Dark?

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Grade 1. In 10 lessons over 12 class sessions, students begin to build an explanation for the phenomenon of the daytime and nighttime skies. Module materials are available as a 1-use module (item #516101), 1-use refurbishment set (item #516104), 3-use module (item #516101U3), 3-use refurbishment set (item #516104U3), and student reader (item #516105, #516105A, #516106, #516106A, or #516105ASP). Select the 1- or 3-Use Module below to view the module overview.

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Grade 1. In 10 lessons over 12 class sessions, students begin to build an explanation for the phenomenon of the daytime and nighttime skies. In the end-of-module science challenge, students identify the times of the year that it will be dark when kids walk to and from school in a specific town and recommend a light source to use so objects can be seen when kids walk to school in the dark. Module materials are available as a 1-use module (item #516101), 1-use refurbishment set (item #516104), 3-use module (item #516101U3), 3-use refurbishment set (item #516104U3), and student reader (item #516105, #516105A, #516106, #516106A, or #516105ASP). Select the 1- or 3-Use Module above to view the complete module overview.

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