Observing the Sky Worksheet

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Look up to the sky. What do you see? A rainbow? Some clouds? Maybe the moon? What we see when we go outside and look up can vary based upon whether it is day or night. At night we see the stars and moon, while we see the sun and clouds throughout the day. Review this important science concept with your little learner by completing this fun and colorful worksheet from Kids Academy! Simply sort and check off the objects that can be observed by night or day while going down the column in the center of this fun-filled page!

Required skills:
To resolve this worksheet, students should know the difference between day and night and which objects are visible during each of these times. They should also possess basic vocabulary related to the sky objects, such as the sun, moon, stars, clouds, and rainbow. Additionally, students should be able to sort and classify objects based on whether they are visible during the day or night.