It’s no secret that space is vast, and with such a big place to explore, there are a lot of unfamiliar terms to learn. This FREE Space Terms Vocabulary Copywork is one way to help your students learn the meaning of 30 space-themed words while sharpening their print handwriting skills.
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For example, do your kids know the difference between an asteroid and a meteoroid? What about the difference between a blue star and a nebula? They can learn all this and more with this FREE Space Terms Vocabulary Copywork.
This is a great way to combine science and handwriting and make both more fun! Each page has a definition they can copy as well as a geometric-themed border they can color if they choose. They’ll learn the meaning of:
- black hole
- blue star
- circumpolar constellation
- event horizon
- far side
- main sequence stars
- near side
- nuclear fusion
- planetary nebula
- solar flare
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