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Solar Eclipse Resources

August 21st is the big day here in Nashville and, while we initially not going to be in school, we will have students that day. Here is a list of resources for learning about the eclipse and some activities that can be done in your school/classroom. I will keep adding to it as I find ideas and info.

American Astronomical Society – links for K-12 educators to learn about the eclipse

NASA – links with info and printables and activity ideas

Article on Preparing for the Eclipse (elem)

The Big Eclipse (elem age book that explains and comes with a set of glasses and how to build a simple solar projector) and The Big Eclipse Activity Book

Austin Peay has some great curriculum resources for teachers. (Brainpop, Nearpod, Socrative) More here.

More to come…

 

 

 

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