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Students can use this foldable to summarize (after a demonstration) that Earth rotates on its axis once approximately every 24 hours causing the day/night cycle and the apparent movement of the Sun across the sky;

Students can use this foldable to summarize (after a demonstration) that Earth rotates on its axis once approximately every 24 hours causing the day/night cycle and the apparent movement of the Sun across the sky;

Simple Constellations

Teach constellation patterns- print, cut out the circles. punch holes in dots and tape circle to the end of a TP roll. Look through the roll to see the constellation! Shine flashlight through in dark and display constellation on a wall.

Poet-Tree Corner. Great space for students to read, relax and learn!   Features: Fadeless® Reclaimed Brick, Fadeless® Wispy Clouds, Pacon® Natural Kraft Wrapping Paper, Tru-Ray® Construction Paper, Bordette® Borders, Pacon® Anchor Charts and Classroom Keepers®.

Great space for students to read relax and learn Features Fadeless Reclaimed Brick Fadeless Wispy Clouds Pacon Natural Kraft Wrapping Paper Tru-Ray Construction Paper Bordette Borders Pacon Anchor Charts and Classroom Keepers.

This fun petal book will help your students understand the process of photosynthesis. For grades 4-6. This resource is adapted to address different learning styles.

This fun petal book will help your students understand the process of photosynthesis. For grades This resource is adapted to address different learning styles. There is a FEE for this flip-book.