Marisol Lara

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Recent Posts by Marisol

Sun Nov 29, 2015 11:22 PM in How to Get Students to Look At the Night Sky
A way to have students to look at the sky at night is to have them record the phases of the moon. Drawing the phases can help when teaching about the moon. In addition,, has some great images of space and the sky at night that you can show to your students.

Sun Nov 29, 2015 11:12 PM in Astronomy
One activity that you can do to when teaching about astronomy is to ask students to draw the moon for a period of one month. This activity can help the students see that the moon changes phases and that theirs a specific pattern. Then after one month you can teach about the different phases and its phase name.

Sun Nov 29, 2015 11:01 PM in Getting girls involved in Science
I think that one great way to get girls involved in liking science is to see what are they interested in. For instance, I know that young children were or are still interested in Frozen. You can create fun science activities around the Frozen theme. For instance, learning about snowflakes, winter season and so forth.  In addition, Pinterest usually have a lot of fun activities to engage the studen...