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'
The book will captivate students as it explores the Sun and it's place in our local ‘space neighbourhood’. It examines the Sun, 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
- Diagrams, labelled features of the sky, sky maps and cross-sections
- Fact files, fast facts, tables
- Sky Watching
- The Sun
- What is the Sun?
- Why is the only one Sun?
- When can we see the Sun?
- What is the Sun made of?
- How was the Sun made?
- What happens in the Sun?
- Sun-like stats
- Sun's activity
- Does the Sun move?
- Is the Sun important to Earth?
- The Sun is a star
- The Sun is part of Earth’s cycles
- What’s the best way to see the Sun?
- Threats to the Sun
- The Sun in the Solar System
|Product Type||Readers & Literacy,|
|Year Level||Year 5, Year 6,|
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