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4 SC-04-2.3.4 Earth-Sun system by interpreting a variety of representations/models (e.g., diagrams, sundials, distance of sun above horizon) of the sunĂªs apparent movement in the sk
5 SC-05-2.3.5a compare components of our solar system,
5 SC-05-2.3.5b Earth is the third planet from the Sun in a system that includes the moon, the Sun, eight other planets and their moons, and smaller objects.
5 SC-05-2.3.5c The Sun, an average star, is the central and largest body in the solar system.
5 SC-5-EU-S-6 compare the major components of our solar system
5 SC-5-EU-S-7 explore the development of and types of technology useful for learning about the atmosphere and our solar system
5 SC-5-EU-U-5 observations, models and diagrams of the solar system illustrate the position and relationship of the earth, sun, and moon within the larger system of planets and other celestial bodies. Even though they are all parts of the
5 SC-5-EU-U-6 technology extends the ability of people to understand the universe. Most tools of today are different than those of the past, but may also be modifications of much older tools.
Primary SC-EP-2.3.3 describe the properties, locations and real or apparent movements of objects in the sky (Sun, moon). Objects in the sky have properties, locations and real or apparent movements that can be observed and described. Observational data, pattern
Primary SC-EP-2.3.4a Changes in movement of objects in the sky have patterns that can be observed and described.
Primary SC-EP-2.3.5 Students will understand that the moon moves across the sky on a daily basis much like the Sun. The observable shape of the moon can be described as it changes from day to day in a cycle that lasts about a month.
Primary SC-P-EU-S-5 observe the locations and real or apparent movements of the sun and the moon
Primary SC-P-EU-U-3 the sun, moon and stars appear to move slowly across the sky at different speeds and we can see patterns in their movement with careful observation.
Primary SC-P-EU-U-4 the sun can only be seen in the daytime. The moon can sometimes be seen during the day and sometimes be seen at night and its shape changes in a predictable pattern.
Primary SC-P-EU-U-5 Students will understand that observable interactions of the sun, moon and the Earth can be used to identify the apparent pattern of their movement.

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