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Journey Into Space: Gravity, Orbits, and Collisions

Journey Into Space: Gravity, Orbits, and Collisions Science Explorations put authentic learning in students’ hands. The rich, interactive content, developed by Scholastic in partnership with the American Museum of Natural History, supports curriculum standards and teaches skills like
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Journey Into Space: Gravity, Orbits, and Collisions


Science Explorations put authentic learning in students’ hands. The rich, interactive content, developed by Scholastic in partnership with the American Museum of Natural History, supports curriculum standards and teaches skills like observation, finding and predicting patterns, classification, and inference. The site includes articles from Science World and Super Science magazine, interactive online activities, and a space library. The teacher's guide includes lesson plans and handouts to enhance the learning experience.

Scholastic/American Museum of Natural History

• Lesson Plans • Learning Games • Audio • Pictures and/or Illustrations • Biographical Information


• High School Middle School Elementary School

Kimberly Middendorf

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