2. Moon Phase Scavenger HuntDirections:1. Read the question.2. Click on the correct answer.3. If you get the wrong answer,you will be directed to tryagain. Click to beredirected to the question.3. If you get the right answer,you will be directed to go tothe next question.
3. Go to the moon website. First clickon Background Information and readthe information. Then, click thegreen play button and watch themodel of the moon rotate aroundthe earth. After you understandhow the sun, moon and earth’spositions change the appearance ofthe moon, answer the followingquestion.When the moon is between the earthand the sun the moon’s phase is a/an:a. 1st quarter moon
4. Go to the Lunar Phases Challengeand click on the OK button to begin.Drag the correct moon phase fromthe bottom of the challenge to themissing phase in the calendar.Follow the directions andcomplete Levels 1, 2 and 3. Whenyou have completed all 3 Levelsclick on the Ribbon, fill in yourname and print the certificate.Leave your printed copy in theprinter and it will be collected
5. Read the following facts aboutthe moon and then take the moon quiz. Once you finish with a page, don’t forget to click the
6. The MoonThe moon is a cold and dry and the surface is strewn with rocks and dust. It has no atmosphere and is only about 1/4 of the earth’s size. The same side of the moon alwaysfaces the Earth. The moon revolves around the Earth in about one month. It rotates around its ownaxis in the same amount of time. Onthe moon, the sky always appears black, even on the bright side.
7. The surface of the moon isscarred by millions ofcraters, caused byasteroids, comets, andmeteorites. There havebeen many missions to themoon. NASAs AppolloMission sent NeilArmstrong and "Buzz“Aldrin to the moon for thefirst time on July 20, 1969.Neil Armstrong was the
8. Moon Quiz1. Is the Moon bigger or smaller than the Earth? Bigger Smaller2. The Moons surface is scarred by millions of _______? Oceans Craters3. Does the same side of the Moon always face the Earth?
9. 4. Does the Moon have an atmosphere? No Yes5. Who was the first person towalk on the Moon? Neil Armstrong JohnGlenn6. About how long does it take the Moon to revolve around the Earth?