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Journey to the Sun

In this solar science class, students will learn facts and vocabulary about the Sun, such as astronomical location, chemical properties, physical characteristics, and how it affects the environment of space within our solar system.
Jonathan Burig, Elementary Science Ed, TESOL
517 total reviews for this teacher
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Completed by 7 learners
Class
45 minutes
per class
Meets once
7-10
year olds
1-5
learners per class
per learner

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Tue, Sep 27

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Tuesday
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Description

Class Experience

1. Students will learn facts about the astronomical location, chemical properties, and physical characteristics of the largest star in our solar system.
2. Students will learn how and why scientists study the Sun. 
3. Students will learn how the Sun directly affects the environment of space within our solar system.
4. Students will learn new vocabulary words related to the study of the Sun and our solar system.
No homework but your child may be interested in making more drawings or learning more about the topic of astronomy and our solar system.
 1 file available upon enrollment
Learner Supply List: 1. Print Pack: (attached to the welcome message in the classroom and visible if you are logged in as the LEARNER) Contains a downloadable activity sheet to help the student draw, color and label a diagram of the Sun, either during or after class. Students may also choose to draw their own Sun on plain paper and color or label it during or after class. 2. Paper (loose paper, sketchpad, or notebook is also fine) 3. Writing or Drawing media such as pencils, markers or crayons.
There is not a formal assessment for this class. Students will be learning concepts of solar science and astronomy, along with the opportunity to develop extended math, science, and vocabulary while learning about the Sun.
45 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
The following science resources were used to create content for this class but will NOT be used as teaching tools during class:
NASA
NASA Space Place
NASA Heliopedia

Teacher

Jonathan Burig, Elementary Science Ed, TESOL
🇺🇸
Lives in the United States
Elementary Science Teacher
517 total reviews
1060 completed classes

About Me

Welcome to my classroom! My name is Jonathan. Here, you will find animal science classes that are both fun and engaging for your curious learner. All my classes were designed using standards-based elementary level concepts of science in order to... 
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