Astronomy Lab for Kids teaches children the wonders of the galaxy through hands-on activities that can be done right in your own home.
Table of contents
- Science Journal
- Unit 1: Observing
- Unit 2: Scope It Out!
- Unit 3: Size and Scale
Unit 4: Light, Motion, Gravity
- Lab 23: The Colors in Light
- Lab 24: Why Is the Sky Blue?
- Lab 25: Mixing Light to Make Color
- Lab 26: Reflecting Light to See Color
- Lab 27: Detecting Infrared Light
- Lab 28: Can You See the Light?
- Lab 29: Make and Bake
- Lab 30: Shine a Little Light
- Lab 31: Glowing Water
- Lab 32: “Measuring” the Speed of Light “Measuring” the Speed of Light
- Lab 33: Drop, Drop, Drop!
- Lab 34: Round and Round
- Lab 35: Free Fall
Unit 5: Exploring Our Solar System
- Lab 36: Sorting Our Solar System
- Lab 37: Will I Hear a Sound in Space?
- Lab 38: How to “See” a Surface When You Can’t See a Surface How to “See” a Surface When You Can’t See a Surface
- Lab 39: Hole-y Surfaces!
- Lab 40: Would You Vacation on Venus?
- Lab 41: Is the Red Planet Actually Red?
- Lab 42: Looking for Life on Mars
- Lab 43: Cool Crystals
- Lab 44: Spot Sunspots
- Lab 45: Our Spinning Sun
- Unit 6: Seeing Stars
- More Resources
- About the Author
- Title: Astronomy Lab for Kids
- Release date: October 2016
- Publisher(s): Quarry Books
- ISBN: 9781631591983
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