Students are making models of the Earth's layers.

Students are preparing their stands for their models of the Earth.

The students are learning about the light that is reflected on the moon to Earth which becomes what we called moonlight.

Students learned how to work together in cooperative groups.

Students learned about the light and how it travels.

Students learn about how the shadows change throughout the day.

Students are working together to measure the shadows.

Students are recording and comparing their data.

Students are measuring how tall they really are.

Students traveled to the planetium to learn move about the Earth and the space beyond it.

Students find that learning in a different environment can be a fun learning experience.

The students observe a large model of the Solar System.

Students share the data that they have collected.

Students made model of the Earth. The students learned about their home planet.

Students found that it was important to place the Equator in the correct location so they could place the continents in the correct location.

The students observe the globe to learn about the Earth's oceans and continents.

The students were very proud of their finished products. They worked very hard to make sure they were correctly done.

The students have learned many things about the Earth through this lesson.

They learned that we have different hemispheres.

Students learned that team work pays off.

This is group used a string to tie around their pumpkin to draw the equator.

This group learned that it was all right to make mistakes when they painted a continent in the wrong hemisphere.

These two people were real team players. They were the first group to complete their globe correctly.