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Ms. Werder

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What does your shadow do when you’re not looking? Mystery Science (Patterns All Around Us)

1. Tap the add to start activity. 2. Use the move tool to ▶️ play the directions on each slide. 3. Tap the link to watch the video and follow along with the Mystery Science Lesson: https://mysteryscience.com/sky/mystery-2/sun-shadows-daily-patterns/138?code=MTEyNzk0NDI&t=student&chapter=all 4. Use the label, mic, or pen to share your what you learned 5. Try the optional activity outside: You will need chalk to trace the shadows or a piece of paper and pencil. If possible, you can ask a helper at home to trace your shadows. Or you could trace the shadow of an object near their home at different times throughout the day with permission of an adult. 6. Then fill out the paper and tell me why shadows change during the day. 7. Try each slide and when you are done tap the check and add to seesaw

1st Grade, Science
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