Leanne Palmer

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Recent Reviews by Leanne

Tue May 11, 2010 11:41 PM
4 Recommended
This review is a good review; the guy is funny and makes a joke. He describes the evidence of water being on Mars and gives pictures and graphs to help build his argument. He answers questions sent into him and does a good job. Although he does a good job of describing these spherical granules “blueberries”, he does use some words that might need some more explaining, especially for younger grades.

Tue May 11, 2010 11:19 PM
5 Great article
This is a great source to learn help teach children where the stars are in relation to Earth and the moon. It correlates well with the national standards and gives many suggestions for instruction. It gives activities for all grade levels from elementary, to middle school, to high school. It also has some great hands on activities and ideas dealing with telescopes. Lastly it gives you an ongoing activity dealing with daily observations of the night sky, which can continue throughout the year.

Wed Apr 28, 2010 8:33 PM
4 solar system review: leanne
I think that this is an interesting website because it explains that things such as asteroids, comets, and meteorites that we do not normally encounter in our lives but that do exist. Learning more about these things that seem so abstract to us is interesting. This site is good!