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The Earth's Movement: Day & Night

What causes Day and Night on Earth? 1. Plan what you will say in your mind. It helps to look at the success criteria checklist and the suggested keywords. 2. Click mic to record your voice and screen. 3. Use the move tool to move/rotate the Earth image as you describe what is happening. You can also use pen and pencil to draw and annotate the image. The arrow can be used to help you explain what you are talking about. You may even want to use a black highlighter to show the shadows on the Earth. 4. Play back your work and check you are happy with it. 5. Write in the number of hours an Earth day is using the pen or label tool. 6. Use the pencil to tick the success criteria you think your work has covered. 7. check

5th Grade, 7th Grade, 6th Grade, Science, Home Learning
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Compatible with: Chromebooks, computers, iPads, iPhones, Android tablets, Android phones, Kindle Fire

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This activity is designed for use with Year 5 students in the UK studying Earth and Space. You may wish to delete the example to see what pupils can produce without a prompt.