# Constellations

### The Constellations

Astronomy for Kids....and supervised adults The Constellations Constellations and Asterisms Constellations have been an important part of human society and folklore since we humans lived in caves, and, probably, even before then.

### Lesson Title: Constellations

Title: Constellations Author: Julie Muffler Subject(s): Science, Mathematics, Language Arts Topic(s): Constellations, Stars, Star magnitude, Astronomy, Space Science Grade/Level: 3-6 Summary of Lesson: Students will practice making models of constellations that show the magnitudes of different ...

### Constellations

Constellations Telescopes - Asteroids & Meteoroids-Constellations - Star Color & Magnitude T1 © 2007 Challenger Learning Center, Bloomington, Illinois Background Information Star watching has occupied humans from the earliest times.

### WHAT ARE CONSTELLATIONS?

Reading Comprehension/ Science Name_____ Date_____ 1 WHAT ARE CONSTELLATIONS? The sky is full of stars. Constellations are groupings of stars.

### Creative Constellation

Hans, E. M. Spinning Through Space: Constellations . Austin, Tex.: Raintree Steck-Vaughn Publishers, 2001. Lurie, Alison. The Heavenly Zoo. New York: Farrar, Starus and Giroux, 1979.

### Family Space Day Overview - Constellations

Copyright by the Lunar and Planetary Institute, 2008 LPI Contribution Number 1450 http://www.lpi. usra.edu/education/space_days Facilitator Information (All you need to know about constellations to survive the day) What's a constellation?

### 07. Constellations, star ch

Section 7. Constellations , asterisms, and star names 1 A constellation is a group of stars that are traditionally associated in a pattern officially recognized by the International Astronomical Union : • • • • The pattern we call Orion Example: (two ...

### Constellations

Constellations Teacher Sheet(s) Objective: Students will use this lesson to: recognize that patterns of stars can be observed in the sky, understand that there are more stars in the sky than anyone can easily count, recognize that the stars we see are not scattered evenly through the sky ...

### Science Constellation Game

The bird appeared on ancient Egyptian and Roman coins. • Phoenix is one of the Southern Hemisphere constellations introduced by Johann Bayer in 1603.