Earth and Space Science

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Obtain, evaluate, and communicate information about stars having different sizes and brightness.
Ask questions to describe the physical attributes (size and brightness) of stars.
Construct an argument to support the claim that although the sun appears to be the brightest and largest star, it is actually medium in size and brightness.
Obtain, evaluate, and communicate information to develop an understanding of the patterns of the sun and the moon and the sun’s effect on Earth.
Plan and carry out an investigation to determine the effect of the position of the sun in relation to a fixed object on Earth at various times of the day.
Design and build a structure that demonstrates how shadows change throughout the day.
Represent data in tables and/or graphs of the length of the day and night to recognize the change in seasons.
Use data from personal observations to describe, illustrate, and predict how the appearance of the moon changes over time in a pattern. (Clarification statement: Students are not required to know the names of the phases of the moon or understand the tilt of the Earth.)
Obtain, evaluate, and communicate information about how weather, plants, animals, and humans cause changes to the environment. (Clarification statement: Changes should be easily observable and could be seen on school grounds or at home.)
Ask questions to obtain information about major changes to the environment in your community.
Construct an explanation of the causes and effects of a change to the environment in your community.

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