Science & Nature
The Sun: Astronomy in-Depth
Do you wonder how the sun works? The sun has many layers that do different things, and it's filled with extreme temperatures and pressures. Let's explore the amazing sun in this one-time class!
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The sun is a powerful engine that smashes together atoms, producing light and heat while it works. But why does this happen? Does the sun do this all the way through its body, or are there other layers inside the sun? Let's explore these questions and more as we journey through the layers of the sun and explore what each layer does. We will also compare the sun as it is now with the sun as it grows into a red giant star later in its life. We'll learn about the size, temperature, and mass of...
Students will explore the inner world of our sun, compare the sun to other stars in the universe, and see how our sun will change through time.
Natasha has taught astronomy to learners from age 3 and up for 7 years through science outreach programs and activities. She studies science and focuses on physics, astronomy, and Earth science, and has been an amateur astronomer since she was a young learner herself!
An optional printable handout will be provided.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
1 hour per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Science and history enthusiast, and homeschooling mom!
🇨🇦Lives in Canada
358 total reviews
296 completed classes
Hey there! I'm Natasha and I love supporting youth in their love of science. I completed my Bachelor of Science degree in general science, and I have 9 years of experience in education with youth from 3-18 years old. I am a science...