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Observing Stars, A Fiction Connection

Unit 3: Space: Patterns in the Sky
Lesson 12 of 16

Objective: SWBAT describe the setting using key details and illustrations.

Big Idea: How many stars are in the sky? Today we read a lovely book where a boy and his father try to count the stars. Take a journey with them through the city and country as more and more stars appear!

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