The day you were born, We were there. Happy faces everywhere! Aunt Maeve, Grandma, and Aunt Blaise too… Sweet little Corey, We love you. Granddad loves his Corey Bear
2 principles o fight MUSEUM IN A BOX Lesson Overview In this lesson, students will learn about position and motion o object, changes in earth and sky, abilities to distinguish between natural objects and objects made by humans, and abilities o technological design as they learn about one o the orces o nature and how it impacts objects in the air. The orce o nature we will ocus on is “air” or “wind.” Students will comment on how the wind acts on various objects. They will make observations based on what they see and learn how to identiy the direction the wind is blowing. Students will also learn to gauge approximately how ast the wind is moving based on objects in nature and their movements. Students will learn about the Beauort Wind Scale and why it was developed. Students will be able to make educated estimates about how many knots the wind is moving outside by observing objects in nature and their movements. Students will ollow directions to create simple kites and draw conclusions rom their understanding o the power o wind as it applies to the activity o ying. By understanding that animals and humans can use nature’s power o wind to accomplish diferent activities, students will learn how the orces o nature can impact our daily lives. Kites GRADES Time Requirements: 2 ¾ - 4 hours Materials: In the Box Fan Balloons Large ball o string Scissors Store-bought kites Clear tape Glue sticks Crayons Colored pencils Markers Small oam plates (dessert size) Unsharpened pencils Paper-hole puncher Fan (optional) Small plastic bags Large plastic bags Ruler Compass Stencils Provided by User Quarter Pre-cut shapes or students (quantity based on group size) Paper towel dowels K-4 Objectives Students will: 1. Understand that wind is a orce o nature. 2. Explain how wind impacts objects in the air. 3. Be able to identiy the direction the wind is blowing. 4. Be able to identiy approximately how ast the wind is moving. 5. Create simple kites. 6. Identiy man-made objects that y. 7. Identiy objects in nature that y. 8. Identiy diferent shapes o kites. 9. Identiy diferent types o kites.
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