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Adopt-A-Phenomenon Earth’s Atmosphere Student Project

The Adopt-A-Phenomenon (Earth’s Atmosphere) Student Project is a dynamic resource designed to ignite curiosity and scientific inquiry in classrooms. Students embark on an exhilarating journey of exploration as they delve into the mysteries of natural phenomena like the Aurora Borealis, Ball Lightning, Moonbows, and more. Through comprehensive research and creative expression, students craft captivating flyers that unravel the science behind these awe-inspiring occurrences, fostering a deeper appreciation for Earth’s atmospheric wonders.

$3.00

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The Adopt-A-Phenomenon (Earth’s Atmosphere) Student Project is a dynamic resource designed to ignite curiosity and scientific inquiry in classrooms. Students embark on an exhilarating journey of exploration as they delve into the mysteries of natural phenomenon like the Aurora Borealis, Ball Lightning, Moonbows, and more. Through comprehensive research and creative expression, students craft captivating flyers that unravel the science behind these awe-inspiring occurrences, fostering a deeper appreciation for Earth’s atmospheric wonders.

 

Teachers and students alike will find immense value in this resource, which offers not only a structured framework for inquiry-based learning but also an opportunity for students to showcase their research and presentation skills. With background information provided on various natural phenomenon and clearly outlined tasks and point values, teachers can seamlessly integrate this project into their curriculum with minimal preparation.

 

Students, in turn, benefit from hands-on exploration and the chance to engage with scientific concepts in a meaningful and interactive way, fostering a sense of wonder and discovery in the classroom.

 

✎ WHAT’S INCLUDED?

  • Introduction
  • Project Guidelines
  • Tasks and Point Values

 

Grade Levels: 6th – 12th
Total Pages: 5
Teaching Duration: 1 Hour

 

What busy teachers like you have said:
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Alison Vargo (TPT Seller) says, “We loved this activity and it was very fun to learn about all the different phenomena!”

 

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Jessica