"Day and Night Sky"
Day and Night Sky By Tabitha Davis Kindergarten Arnold Mill Elementary Understanding Statement or Essential Question: How do we tell the difference between the day and night sky? Introduction: Have you ever looked up at the night sky? It has many interesting things out there. Do you wonder if these things are seen in the daytime sky? Let’s find out what is really in the sky in the daytime and nighttime. Your Challenge! Answer the questions below by visiting the sites. Click on the words in blue to get to each website. Have fun! The Questions: 1. What is in the sky in the day? Find the word day. 2. Name 4 things you see in the day sky. 3. Tell one fact about the sun. 4. What is in the sky at night? Find the word night. 5. Name 4 things you see in the night sky. 6. How does the sky change from day to night? 7. What must occur to change day into night? Play the movie. 8. What do you notice about the stars in each of seasons? Click on each season to see the stars. Putting It All Together: Now that you have learned all about the day and night sky, please complete the T-chart. Draw items that you will see in the daytime and items you will see in the nighttime.