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Leonie Mackay

Student Instructions

What is a Black Hole?

1. Tap the and watch the first video. 2. Click the > button and the new to watch the second video. 3. πŸ—£ Talk to your team about what you all learned about black holes. Where are they and what are interesting things to note about them? What can escape a black hole? Why? Are there any black holes near us in space? Why is this good news? 4. Click on 5. On the first page, write down everything you learned about black holes. (You might have a few different text boxes - feel free to change the style.) 6. On the second page, use any of the Seesaw tools and draw your best interpretation of a black hole (what you think it looks like). Try to show what would happen if you tried to leave the black hole, like shining a light out of it. 7. Tap the mic to record yourself explaining your understanding of black holes and the example you drew. 8. Tap the green tick to save.

3rd Grade, 4th Grade, Science, Home Learning
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Compatible with: Chromebooks, computers, iPads, iPhones, Android tablets, Android phones, Kindle Fire

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Teacher Notes (not visible to students)

It might pay to let the students know before they begin the activity to watch the videos BEFORE clicking on the add response button (different than usual).