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2 S:ESS2:2:1.2 basic patterns of the Moon, including its appearance sometimes at night and sometimes during the day; and how it appears to change shape through the month.
2 S:ESS3:2:2.1 there are too many stars to count, and that they are unequal in their brightness.
2 S:SPS1:2:1.2 Record observations using language, concrete objects, and symbolic representations.
2 S:SPS1:2:4.1 Represent and interpret information and observations in many ways (such as in tally, pictographs, bar graphs, tables)
2 S:SPS4:2:2.1 Communicate ideas and observations through a variety of tools and formats (e.g., oral, journal, drawing, projects, multimedia).
2 S:SPS4:2:3.3 Make a graph to represent data.
4 S:ESS2:4:1.2 Describe the Sun as a star.
4 S:ESS2:4:3.1 Recognize that the Moon orbits the Earth.
4 S:ESS2:4:3.2 Recognize that the Earth is one of a number of planets that orbit the Sun.
4 S:ESS2:4:4.2 Explain why the planets look like stars, and why, over a period of time, they appear to wander among the constellations.
4 S:ESS3:4:1.1 Recognize that astronomical objects in space are massive in size and are separated from one another by vast distances.
4 S:ESS3:4:1.2 Explain that telescopes magnify the size of distant objects and significantly increase the number of these objects that can be viewed from Earth.
4 S:ESS3:4:2.1 Recognize and describe the stars, like the Sun, as spherical in nature.
4 S:ESS3:4:2.2 Recognize that stars come in different colors, and that the Sun is a yellow star.
4 S:SPS1:4:4.1 Compile and display data in a variety of formats.
4 S:SPS4:4:7.1 Keep a journal record of observations, recognizing patterns, summarizing findings, and reflecting on the observations.

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