Science Activity: Observing the Sky

For today, I would like to you go outside and find a place where you can look up into the sky and think about what is up there.

Write down everything you see. Write down questions about what you see. For example: Why are there no clouds today? or Why do the clouds look so puffy? or Why is the sky so blue? Next, draw pictures of everything you see?

It would be great if you could do this during the day and also at night.

Think deep!!! Come up with some really great questions that you mom and dad can help you answer.

After you have completed the above assignment, please read:
Genesis 1:1-3

Look in a dictionary and define these words:

Form – ______________________________________________

Void – ______________________________________________

What do these words teach you about the condition of the Earth before it was created?

The next time you go to the library, find a book about one of these great scientists: Copernicus, Galileo, or Agassiz. Write down what you learn about that person.

Answer the following questions:

What did he study?
What did he learn?
Do we benefit today from what he did so long ago?

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