Keep Looking Up!

March 23, 2017

Sixth Grade Science students regularly discuss our observations of and appreciation for the nighttime and daytime sky—including the changing phases of the Moon, the changing position of the Sun on the horizon as it rises and sets, and the changing position of planets and constellations.
Some Scientists have shared these digital creations they made and photos they have taken!
Coolness 10-16

by Aiden S.

Moon 11-08- 16
by Anai A.

Moon 02-09- 17
by Anai A.
Moon 11-10- 16
by Elsa G.

Sun 11-10- 16
by Elsa G.
Untitled 11-30- 16
by Jessica A.

Venus-1 02-17
by Jessica A.

Venus-2 02-17
by Jessica A.

Moon and Venus 03-01- 17
by Josue L.

Waxing Gibbous Moon 12-12- 16
by Sebastian D.

Dog and Moon 02-09- 17
by Amarilis C.

Moon and Glow 01-12- 17
by Daniela S.

Moon 03-02- 17
by Maricela R.

Full Moon 02-10- 17
by Ricardo K.

Green Light 02-10- 17
by Ricardo K.

Moon 02-10- 17
by Adrian G.
Full Moon 01-11- 17
by Miranda G.
Stars 11-04- 16
by Molly D.

Waxing Crescent Moon 11-04- 16
by Molly D.

Full Moon 11-13- 16
by Molly D.

Full Moon 12-13- 16
by Jesse A.

Evening Sky 02-09- 17
by Jesse A.
Waxing Gibbous Moon 02-09- 17
by Jesse A.
Moon and Me 03-07- 17
by Jesse A.
Waxing Gibbous Moon 12-08- 16
by Karen J.


Waxing Crescent Moon 03-03- 17
by Litzy M.

Sunset 11-04- 16
by Yazmin A.

Full Moon 12-13- 16
by Yazmin A.

Waxing Crescent Moon 03-01- 17
by Yazmin A.
Enjoy the view and develop your own appreciation for Looking Up!

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