Astronomy

Astronomy

Big Question: How can you know if objects in space will collide?

As part of exploring the potential for the impact of objects in space, students learn about evidence of collisions in the solar system, the components of the solar system (including the Sun, Earth, Earth’s Moon, other planets and their satellites, comets, and asteroids), the motion of those components, and the existence of other galaxies. Based on this understanding, students determine whether a fictional asteroid will hit Earth.

  DescriptionEach Qty
PBIS - Astronomy student edition, 2014 PBIS - Astronomy student edition, 2014
SKU: 978-1-60720-795-5  
$26.96 
Astronomy TE, 2016 Astronomy TE, 2016
SKU: 978-1-60720-986-7  
$112.28 
Project-Based Inquiry Science - Astronomy SE / Spanish Edition Project-Based Inquiry Science - Astronomy SE / Spanish Edition
SKU: 978-1-60720-094-9  
$29.87 
Astronomy STEM Package ( 1 Plastic Tote and 5 Cardboard Boxes) Astronomy STEM Package ( 1 Plastic Tote and 5 Cardboard Boxes)
SKU: 978-1-60720-103-8  
$1,312.70 
Astronomy Refurbishment Package Astronomy Refurbishment Package
SKU: 978-1-68231-276-6  
$100.19 


 

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