Part of the series Thinking Themes - Sky Watching.
Students will be captivated as they explore Earth's atmosphere and our local space 'neighbourhood'. Each book examines one different aspect of the sky, explaining why it looks as it does, its distinctive features, its role in Earth's cycles and the best way to view it from Earth.
- Spectacular annotated photos
- Diagrams, labelled sky features, tables, sky maps and cross-sections
- 'Fact files' and 'fast facts'
Did you know the Moon is a big ball of solid rock? You will discover this and more in this interesting book, which examines the Moon, explaining why it looks as it does, its distinctive features, its role in Earth’s cycles and the best way to view it from Earth.
- Spectacular annotated photographs and illustrations
- Diagrams, labelled features of the sky, sky maps and cross-sections
- 'Moon facts' providing out-of-this-world quick facts
- Sky Watching
- The Moon
- What is the moon?
- What does the Moon look like from Earth?
- What is the Moon made of?
- What is the surface of the Moon like?
- What are conditions like on the Moon?
- Does the Moon move?
- How does the Moon affect Earth?
- What is the future of the Moon?
- What is the best way to watch the Moon?
|Product Type||Readers & Literacy,|
|Year Level||Year 5, Year 6,|
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