Galaxies & The Universe - BONUS WORKSHEETS




This FREE bonus resource includes extension activity worksheets from our Galaxies & The Universe Gr. 5-8 title.

Enjoy 6 BONUS worksheets from Galaxies & The Universe Gr. 5-8. These worksheets can be used on their own, or paired with the individual resources as extension activities at the completion of the unit. And the best part is, it's FREE.

About these BONUS Worksheets:

Combining Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math, these worksheets are aligned to the STEAM initiatives and Next Generation Science Standards. Each concept features hands-on experiments and comprehension activities to ensure your students are engaged and fully understand the concepts.

About the full resource, Galaxies & The Universe Gr. 5-8:

From the smallest particles of matter to the biggest star system, our universe is made up of all things that exist in space. Our resource gives you the big picture about space. Start off by exploring the Big Bang and formation of our Milky Way galaxy. Learn how distance is measured in light years, and how far the next closest star is to Earth. Create your own nebula using construction pager, newspaper and water. Build pinhole galaxies to present barred, elliptical, spiral, and irregular galaxies to the class. Find out how much you would weigh on the sun, moon and planets. Solve the mystery of black holes and write your own science fiction story about it. Finally, travel to the most distant objects in our universe„quasars.

All of our content meets your State Standards and are written to Bloom's Taxonomy and STEAM initiatives.

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This was an awesome asset for my classes this year. Thank you so much for putting in the time and effort. This is a good supplement for my sciences!

Lisa Reynolds

Good resource. Matched my curriculum perfectly. Students liked completing the resource

Brooke Harris

This worked great with our Space Unit we are working on! Thank you!

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