Sometimes we see flashes of light shooting across the sky at night.
These streaking fireballs, or shooting stars, begin as meteoroids from space and become meteors when they enter our Earth’s atmosphere.
And if the meteor makes it to Earth’s surface, it becomes a meteorite. Sometimes if the meteorite is large enough it can create a crater when it crashes into the ground.
- Activity cards (playtime, daily routines)
Level of Intended Impact:
- Knowledge application
Routines and Everyday Activities:
- Playtime (indoors & outdoors)
Resources for Families:
- Discovery Play Activities