This simple paper-based activity guides learners in identifying constellations such as Orion, the Big Dipper, and more.
|Add a Tech Twist||Optional: app for learning more about the constellations, such as Star Walk or Sky Map (see https://www.forbes.com/sites/jesseshanahan/2018/05/09/the-best-free-stargazing-apps-of-2018)|
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