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Updated to reflect the change in the reduced number of planets (8), the new planetary status of Pluto and the discovery of ice on mars.
What’s Up In Space? is a refreshing 7-part series that introduces young learners to the solar system. These fascinating topics are presented at a developmentally appropriate level, using a combination of live action, colorful illustrations and computer created animations. Each program answers important questions in space science using the latest research and are in line with the National Science Education Standards.
Chapters include: Introduction, Early space exploration, Landing on the moon, Space suits, Training for space, How exploration has changed, Let's review.
Chapters include: Introduction, Importance of our solar location, What makes up the earth?, Why is life possible?, What's so important about atmosphere?, What is the water cycle?, Continents, what are they?, Let's review.
Chapters include: Introduction, What is the moon?, The surface of the moon, The phases of the moon, What is an eclipse?, The moon-facts and fiction, Moon and the ocean tides, Let's review.
Chapters include: Introduction, What is mars?, How is Mars like Earth?, Exploring Mars, Mars into the future, Let's review.
The program further goes on to review the most recent changes in the planetary status of Pluto covered in an age appropriate manner allowing for an introduction to the concept of Dwarf Planets.
Chapters include: Introduction, What is the solar system?, What are Planets make of?, Mercury & Venus, Earth and Mars, Jupiter & Saturn, Uranus & Neptune, The new status of Pluto, Let's review.
Chapters include: Introduction, What is a star?, Where do stars come from?, What is a galaxy?, How do we learn about galaxies?, Stars before telescopes, What is a falling star?, Let's review.
Chapters include: Introduction, What is the Sun?, Sun & the Solar System, Role of Sun on Earth, Sun & our seasons, Where is the sun at night?, What makes up the Sun?, Let's review.
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