Join us for the 2017 Great American Eclipse! We’ve got everything you need!
Just in time for August 21, 2017, this specially discounted 4-Day Micro-Study provides you with dozens of hands-on activities to help you make the fast approaching solar eclipse a truly memorable event. Designed to teach your WHOLE family, from youngest to oldest, about how and why solar eclipses occur, this engaging study supplies you with a step-by-step plan to help you celebrate this once-in-a-lifetime experience AND jump-start your school year!
Here’s a sneak-peek at just a few of its astronomical highlights (please excuse the pun…we just couldn’t resist!):
- Enjoy biblically sound family devotionals that celebrate God Almighty, the Creator of the Universe.
- Learn about our solar system, specifically the Earth, Moon, and Sun as they pertain to solar eclipses.
- Discover ancient astronomers and myths.
- Play with gravity.
- Learn the reason for Earth’s four seasons.
- Witness and discover the hows and whys of the northern and southern lights, otherwise known as Aurora Borealis and Aurora Australis.
- Challenge yourself with our Sun, Moon, and Solar Eclipse Trivia games.
- Conduct science experiments.
- Learn the phases of the Moon and get a “sweet” surprise!
- Witness a 1969 historic event.
- Learn the difference between a solar and a lunar eclipse.
- Discover the different kinds of solar and lunar eclipses.
- Demonstrate the Earth’s and Moon’s orbit of the Sun.
- Discover the Moon’s effect on ocean tides.
- Demonstrate how a total solar eclipse occurs.
- Map the 2017 Great American Eclipse Path of Totality (Don’t worry! You’ll learn what that is too.)
- Create a solar eclipse projector.
- Make solar eclipse art.
- Learn what to look and listen for during a total solar eclipse
- Find out how to view a partial and total solar eclipse safely.
- Do you have Pre-K kids? We’ve even thrown in some fun activities for them too!
Don’t miss out! Like the Moon’s shadow as it races across North America, this limited-time study will be gone before you know it. After August 21, 2017, the Great American Eclipse will be just a memory.