Wednesday, August 2, 2017

Solar Eclipse Math for August 21, 2017

Are you excited to be sharing a total or partial eclipse with your students?

Are you looking for Math resources to help engage your students in the solar eclipse experience?

Are you looking to engage your students in your class this August?

If you said YES, then there is a Solar Eclipse resource for you! I love to share with students how to make connections between Math and Science. The total/partial solar eclipse on August 21, 2017 will be sure to make a mark in your students' memories for the rest of their lives!! Don't miss out!!!

THIS SOLAR ECLIPSE ELEMENTARY MATH ACTIVITIES PACKET FEATURES: *6 different Engaging Math & Science Activities
*NO PREP, Print & GO Activities! (Only materials needed: scissors, tape, 1 brass fastener, card stock or stiff paper, 4 different colored crayons or markers, and a pencil).
*FUN & rigorous activities centered on math and science elementary math curriculum
*HIGH QUALITY CLIPART is included
*Topics covered: Time, Operations with Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, and Division
Activities Included:
-Solar Eclipses 101 {with answer key}
-Make a Solar Eclipse {with teacher instructions}
-Solar Eclipse Math {with answer key}
-Path of Totality {with answer key}
-Make a Pinhole Viewer {with student & teacher directions, and pictures}
-Viewing a Solar Eclipse {response paper with & w/out rubric}
-Great activities to make applications to Math & Science
-Start your year off engaging your students in Math & Science topics!



THIS SOLAR ECLIPSE MIDDLE SCHOOL MATH ACTIVITIES PACKET FEATURES:
*6 different Engaging Math & Science Activities
*NO PREP, Print & GO Activities! (Only materials needed: scissors, tape, 1 brass fastener, card stock or stiff paper, 4 different colored crayons or markers, and a pencil).
*FUN & rigorous activities centered on math and science middle school curriculum
*HIGH QUALITY CLIPART is included
*Topics covered: Percents and Decimals
Activities Included:
-Solar Eclipses 101 {with answer key}
-Make a Solar Eclipse {with teacher instructions}
-Solar Eclipse Math {with answer key}
-Path of Totality {with answer key}
-Make a Pinhole Viewer {with student & teacher directions, and pictures}
-Viewing a Solar Eclipse {response paper with & w/out rubric}
-Great activities to make applications to Math & Science
-Start your year off engaging your students in Math & Science topics!


Don't forget that is one of those "lifetime memories" that people will say, "Where were you during the total solar eclipse?" Wouldn't it be cool for your students to remember how their teacher took them OUTSIDE the classroom and SHOWED them. Not just modeled, but INVOLVED students in the solar eclipse while it was happening? GET excited! PUMP up your students for a show of a lifetime. It will be a once in a LIFETIME memory!

P.S. If you are looking for Solar Eclipse glasses they are still available on Amazon!

Happy Teaching!

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