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Evan-Moor® ScienceWorks For Kids, Exploring Space, Grades 1-3
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Evan-Moor® ScienceWorks For Kids, Exploring Space, Grades 1-3

Item # 656230
A variety of engaging activities present the concepts in ways that students can understand
  • Each concept presented includes teacher directions for lessons and reproducible resource pages.
  • Includes sets of picture cards, mini-books and lab sheets to record the results of hands-on investigations.
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A variety of engaging activities present the concepts in ways that students can understand
  • Each concept presented includes teacher directions for lessons and reproducible resource pages.  Covers these concepts: Earth is part of a solar system in the milky way galaxy, stars are huge balls of hot, glowing gases, our sun is a star, groups of stars seen together are called constellations, each planet in our solar system has unique characteristics, earth has 1 satellite called the moon, earth's movements through space cause day and night and the seasons, scientists study space in many ways.
  • Includes sets of picture cards, mini-books and lab sheets to record the results of hands-on investigations. 

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Item # 656230 
Manufacturer # EMC853  
brand name Evan-Moor
grade Kindergarten; 1st grade; 2nd grade; 3rd grade
manufacturer Evan-Moor
subject science

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Evan-Moor� ScienceWorks For Kids, Exploring Space, Grades 1-3 3 5 1 1
Outdated Material As a special education teacher, I love these types of books for my lower functioning middle schoolers. They love the activities and the reading levels are very appropriate for them. Unfortunately for the Exploring Space book, it is outdated. It still lists nine planets and refers to Pluto as a planet, not a dwarf planet. I even checked the current version hoping it was updated and it was not. Still using the information but it would be better if it was current. October 8, 2013
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