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A Matter of Perspective

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Children observe images from very close up and from far away to establish what they can learn from different perspectives...

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Hints for uses in your library This activity was made for the library, but if you don’t have a projector, don’t worry! You can print the PowerPoint slides, or just show them on your laptop!
Related Links NGSS Standards Guide
Project Sprectra
Mars Match Game
Originating Source LASP/Discover NASA
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A Matter of Perspective

A Matter of Perspective

Children observe images from very close up and from far away to establish what they can learn from different perspectives...