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This curriculum resource unit is designed to accompany the exhibition African Cosmos: Stellar Arts. The lesson plans are organized by grade--pre-K-K, 1-4, and 5-8--around the themes of the exhibition. Topics include celestial symbols, earth-sky connections, constellations, cultural stories, and cosmic models that can be used in cross-disciplinary units in science, astronomy, social studies, math, and history. Suggested reading lists and additional resources are included.
Stanford Solar Center.
Classroom activities around the sun, sound and vibration.
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"The Sun is playing a secret melody, hidden inside itself, that produces a widespread throbbing motion of its surface. The sounds are coursing through the Sun's interior, causing the entire globe, or parts of it, to move in and out, slowly and rhythmically like the regular rise and fall of tides in a bay or of a beating heart."
~Kenneth R. Lang
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