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Planning and Conducting a Moon Investigation

Unit 3: Space: Patterns in the Sky
Lesson 8 of 16

Objective: SWBAT conduct an investigation to answer a question.

Big Idea: How long does it take for the moon to go through a set of phases? More importantly, what does it look like when first graders plan an investigation? Here, students will *plan* and *conduct* an investigation of the moon's phases.

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