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Christmas STEM: Marshmallow Constellations: Where Is the North Star?

In this fun and very creative Christmas Science class we will make a constellation using mini marshmallows and pretzel sticks as we discover how and why ancient civilizations used the North star in order to travel.
Mrs. L
75 total reviews for this teacher
1 review for this class
Completed by 2 learners
  There are no upcoming classes.
30 minutes
per class
Meets once
year olds
learners per class
per learner

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Class Experience

Students will be able to: 
Identify the characteristics of a star 
Learn space vocabulary 
Identify objects in the night sky
Identify the life cycle of a star
Explain how and why ancient civilizations used constellations for travel 
Materials Needed: Mini marshmallows, clay, pom-poms, cotton balls Pretzel sticks, pipe-cleaners, toothpicks A PDF will be sent to you upon registration. ** Your learner can use the PDF to color with crayons / markers as an alternative to using food items. Note about Allergies: ** Please feel free to substitute materials and use popcorn, cheese, cheese puffs, jelly beans, cotton balls, pom-poms or clay instead of marshmallows.
30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Note about Allergies: ** Please feel free to substitute materials and use popcorn, cheese, cheespuffs, or jelly beans instead of marshmallows or your learner may simply color the worksheet.  You could also use non-food items as well such as clay, cotton balls or pipe-cleaners. 


Mrs. L
Lives in the United States
B.S. Elementary Education, patient and gentle teacher providing academic classes
75 total reviews
57 completed classes

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