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In this activity, learners create three-dimensional shapes by making some origami models of simple boxes and containers.
In this activity, learners use their imaginations and picture a scene in their heads.
Learners build 3D representations of constellations, which show not just the position of the stars as seen from Earth but also their relative distance from Earth.
Learners model the Sun-Earth-Moon system to show what causes the Moon's appearance to change when viewed from the Earth.
In this activity, learners use a simple trick of perspective to dress friends in tiny cutout clothing. Learners make tiny pants out of card stock and tape them to the end of a stick.
Learners use simple materials to construct a model the Big Dipper. Learners hang the model from a doorway or ceiling and look up at it to see the constellation as seen from Earth.
In this activity, learners investigate how geometry plays a role in perspective.
Learners investigate why the Sun and Moon appear the same size in the sky even though the Sun is over 400 times larger in diameter.
In this family or group activity, learners create a nature journal by visiting a local nature center or backyard, observing creatures in their natural habitats, and sketching what they see.