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DANCE JOURNAL: Moving through the life of a Star

In this lesson Ms. Genoa answers a student’s question about black holes by moving through the lifespan of a star. 1. Click add to start. 2. Click on the link to watch the video and explore the lifespan of a star through movement with Ms. Genoa. 3. How is a star formed and what phases does it go through before it becomes a black hole? Name and drawing or voice, label 2 things you learned about the lifespan of a star and record it in your dance journal. 4. Now, show off your moves! Record a video of yourself moving through the lifespan of a star, from nebula up until the point it becomes a black hole. 5. What other questions do you have about black holes and how they are formed? What else would you like to know? Record your questions in your dance journal using whatever tool you like drawing, photo, label or voice

Kindergarten, 1st Grade, 2nd Grade, Art, Science, STEAM
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