We look up at it nearly every night. Poems and songs have been written about it. But what is it that makes Earth’s moon so special?
Let’s discover some fun facts about Earth’s only natural satellite, the moon, with this FREE Moon Terminology Vocabulary Copywork Notebook.
This post is part of the Vocabulary Copywork Series
The moon has been an object of study and fascination for thousands of years. Astronomers have studied its orbit and the effect it has on our ocean tides. We’ve sent people to walk on it and brought samples back to study.
In this FREE vocabulary copywork notebook, students can learn the definition of twenty key words related to the moon and their definitions. They can copy each one onto fun notebook pages that include borders they can color if they wish. It’s a great way for them to combine science and handwriting practice!
This unit helps students learn the definition of:
- lunar mountain
- first quarter
- full moon
- Sea of Tranquility
- lunar eclipse
- far side
Recommended Resource: The Astronomy Student Notebook – only $9.95
Using a combination of written narration, drawing, & labeling, The Astronomy Student Notebook will take your student on a journey into our amazing universe. Students will study the heavenly bodies and ponder the mysteries and marvels of the sun, planets, moon, stars, and more.
Download the FREE moon terminology unit and explore the moon right from your own home. Scroll down to get your instant download.
If you are looking for additional resources on the moon, you may also want to grab this freebie: FREE Moon Research Project
Don’t miss the FREE Reading Comprehension Pack about the solar system! There are seven reading comprehension lessons in this unit, all based on the Seven Wonders of the Solar System.
Students will learn about:
- Surface of the sun
- Oceans of Earth
- Olympus Mons of Mars
- Main asteroid belt
- Great Red Spot of Jupiter
- Rings of Saturn
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Bonnie Rose Hudson’s heart’s desire is for every child to feel the love of God and know how special they are to Him. She would love for you to stop by her website WriteBonnieRose.com for homeschool and history curriculum, resources to help teach your children about missions and the persecuted Church, free history and writing printables, and to check out her newest release from JourneyForth, The Hidden Village, an early reader set in India.