Felicia Pratt

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Recent Reviews by Felicia


Thu Oct 15, 2015 6:03 PM
4 Motion of the Moon
This SciPack discussed the motions of the moon and is a good resource to teach forth graders the solar system, phases of the moon, and the eclipses of the sun and moon. The section with the eclipse of the sun and moon gave much information to help students to understand how an eclipse form and the different types of eclipse.


Thu Oct 15, 2015 5:47 PM
4 Evolution
Evolution has always been a controversial topic. Teaching students evolution in school has been a topic of conversation for parents and school districts. At the beginning of the article/SCiPack, it discusses how the universe was formed (Big Bang). There are so many scientific evidence to prove this theory. This is a good resource to teach evolution especially using the visuals and interactive videos.


Thu Oct 15, 2015 5:18 PM
4 Solar System
This SciPack looked at the characteristics of the different planets in the Solar System. It also gave good visuals to help teach the science concept. It was interesting to read how the images became more visible after space was explored. The planet characteristics/traits were more visible and detailed.