The STARLAB Planetarium will provide the setting in which students can experience the vastness of the universe, celestial motion, seasonal constellations or the characters of mythology.
The Biological Cell cylinder can be used to introduce the complexities of cell structure or to assess the students' grasp of cellular components as a unit review.
Using the night sky this program provides an interactive setting to facilitate augmentation of basic concepts that are part of the daily vocabulary of elementary students.
Beginning with the STARLAB Northern Sky cylinder we will look at the stars in the current night sky to identify circumpolar and seasonal constellations.
Moon morphology, properties, and lunar phases will be reviewed with a Power Point presentation. Includes pre- and post-activities.
Many cultures looked to the sky as part of their everyday life.
The Northern Sky cylinder will introduce the Indian's perception of the night sky as a calendar, clock, map and teacher of moral values.
A PowerPoint presentation will acquaint students with the planets of our solar system (including the 10th!).
This presentation will familiarize students with the concept of plate tectonics.
Using the Northern Sky cylinder, students will be introduced to the night sky.
This presentation is designed to offer a general awareness of night sky objects for primary students.
PowerPoint slides will be used to reinforce the concept that revolution and the earth's tilt result in seasons.