To the moon!


Submitted photo Bellbrook Middle School seventh grader science students have been learning about the phases of the moon, eclipses, and tides. Students completed activities with materials provided to investigate the rotation and revolution of the moon along with the apparent and actual motions of the moon. The students also were able to observe the phases of the moon, and observe the moon and Earth from various perspectives. There were student-led and teacher-facilitated activities that reviewed astronomy concepts taught.


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Bellbrook Middle School seventh grader science students have been learning about the phases of the moon, eclipses, and tides. Students completed activities with materials provided to investigate the rotation and revolution of the moon along with the apparent and actual motions of the moon. The students also were able to observe the phases of the moon, and observe the moon and Earth from various perspectives. There were student-led and teacher-facilitated activities that reviewed astronomy concepts taught.

Submitted photo Bellbrook Middle School seventh grader science students have been learning about the phases of the moon, eclipses, and tides. Students completed activities with materials provided to investigate the rotation and revolution of the moon along with the apparent and actual motions of the moon. The students also were able to observe the phases of the moon, and observe the moon and Earth from various perspectives. There were student-led and teacher-facilitated activities that reviewed astronomy concepts taught.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/32/2017/05/web1_FullSizeRender-11-.jpgSubmitted photo Bellbrook Middle School seventh grader science students have been learning about the phases of the moon, eclipses, and tides. Students completed activities with materials provided to investigate the rotation and revolution of the moon along with the apparent and actual motions of the moon. The students also were able to observe the phases of the moon, and observe the moon and Earth from various perspectives. There were student-led and teacher-facilitated activities that reviewed astronomy concepts taught.