**Product Type:** Educator Guide

**Audience:** Educators

**Grade Levels:** 3-6

**Publication Year:** 2013

**Subjects:** Mathematics

This collection of 22 mathematical activities introduces students to some of the most unusual places in our solar system that are not planets. Using simple proportional relationships and working with fractions, they will study the relative sizes of the larger moons in our solar system. They will also use the Celsius and Kelvin scales to learn how temperatures change from place to place. The lessons are correlated to common core standards in mathematics.

Exploring Planetary Moons [4MB PDF file]

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Space Math I

Space Math II

Space Math III

Space Math IV

Space Math V

Space Math VI

Space Math VII

Space Math VIII

Space Math IX

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Astrobiology Math

Black Hole Math

Earth Math

Electromagnetic Math

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Exploring the Lunar Surface

Exploring the Milky Way

Image Scale Math

Lunar Math

Magnetic Math

Mars Math

Radiation Math

Remote Sensing Math

Solar Math

Space Weather Math

Transit Math

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