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Why the Moon Is in the Sky

MACMILLAN/MCGRAW

Why the Moon Is in the Sky

by MACMILLAN/MCGRAW

  • 132 Want to read
  • 25 Currently reading

Published by Macmillan/Mcgraw-Hill School .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Sociology, Social Studies

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9926701M
    ISBN 100021744106
    ISBN 109780021744107

      These picture books about the moon are some of my favorites for children. This book list contains both fiction and nonfiction and is a perfect addition to any lesson on astronomy for kids! Follow our Book Lists and Book Sets Pinterest board! * This post was originally published on February 9, and has since been updated. Stars, Planets and the Night Sky Do you know any kids who are fascinated by the constellations, the phases of the Moon, or what it's like to be an astronaut? We've gathered up a great collection of books, activities, apps, and websites for learning all about stars, constellations, planets, and the night sky.

    The Moon doesn’t emit (give off) light itself, the ‘ moonlight ’ we see is actually the Sun’s light reflected off the lunar surface. So, as the Moon orbits the Earth, the Sun lights up different parts of it, making it seem as if the Moon is changing shape. In actual fact, it’s just our view of it . The stars go once around the sky in 23 hours 56 minutes (approximately), so the Moon, moving more slowly to the west, takes longer than this. Since its eastward motion averages degrees per day and the Earth takes 4 minutes to rotate through one degree, it takes about 53 minutes ( times 4) for the Earth to rotate through this extra angle; which means that on the average the Moon.

    Again water asked if he should continue flowing in because a large part of his family was still outside, and when he received the same response from sun, he began to rush in at a great spate. Sun and moon had no place to stay anymore and so were forced to climb the sky where they live till today. This is why the sun and the moon live in the sky. Why the Sun and the Moon live in the Sky. Nigerian Folktale. Many years ago the sun and water were great friends, and both lived on the earth together. The sun very often used to visit the water, but the water never returned his visits.


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This classic folktale from the Igbo of Nigeria explains how the sun and the moon came to be in the sky. The simply words and repetition Why the Moon Is in the Sky book it a wonderful book for early readers. The illustrations make an attempt to portray the carved masks and costumes used in some traditional West African by: 8.

Why the Sun and the Moon Live in the Sky is an African folktale originally told by the southeastern people of Nigeria. It begins with the Sun and The Water as great friends living on land. The Sun loved to visit to The Water and became upset that The Water never returned the visit/5.

This book is an African folktale about the sun and the moon, and how they came to live in the sky. The sun always went to the water¿s house to visit him. The sun wondered why water would never come visit him at his house. /5(5). Why the Sun and Moon Live in the Sky. The Nigerian folk tale “Why the Sun and Moon Live in the Sky” is widely read in American elementary schools.

Elphinestone Dayrell’s picture book version, first published inhas beautiful illustrations by Blair : Kate Bernheimer, Andrew Bernheimer, studio Sumo. Why do authors write about the sun, moon, and stars. Authors write books to describe, imagine, and explain the objects we see in the sky.

What patterns can we observe in the sky. The sun and moon appear in different places in the sky during different times of day and of the year. Stars are visible during the night, but not during the day.

Sun and his wife, the moon, lived on Earth and built a large house so that the water people could visit. But so many poured in that they were forced to move to the sky.

"An African folktale is interpreted with originality and harmony." -- Booklist/5(15). why the sun and the moon live in the sky. Many years ago the sun and the water were great friends, and both lived on the earth together.

The sun very often used to visit the water, but the water never returned his visits. At last the sun asked the water why it was that he never came to see him in his house.

Zeebra Books. In the beginning Sun and Moon live happily on earth, keeping house in grand style and sharing elegant taste. But when roving Sun discovers Sea, who ""shimmers and dances without end"" and whose songs are ""as soothing as sleep,"" he is infatuated and invites Sea home to meet Moon.

Sun. The Moon will not be seen during the Daylight hours. As the Moon follows the Sun across the Sky, it will be absorbing light from the Sun. By the End of the 30th day, it will contain 1% or 3% of Light. If the Month is 29 days long, the Moon will become % lit.

If it is a 30 Day Month, the Moon will contain % Size: KB. Introduce the topic of the sun in the sky by reading aloud a pair of books, an African folktale and a nonfiction book about the sun. Begin with the classic Caldecott Honor Book Why the Sun and the Moon Live in the Sky.

It is a retelling by E. Dayrell (), of an African pourquoi, or why folktale, beautifully illustrated by Blair Lent. Why the Sun and the Moon Live in the Sky Dayrell, Elphinstone AR Quiz No. EN Fiction Accelerated Reader Quiz Information IL: LG - BL: - AR Pts: The Moon is the Earth's only natural satellite, orbiting it once every days, at a distance ofkm ( astronomical units).

It has almost exactly the same angular size as the Sun – roughly half a degree – a coincidence which means it can occasionally completely cover the Sun's disk to generate a total solar eclipse, but with so little margin that the geometry has to be. As the sea and her children engulf the sun and moon's home, both entities take refuge in the sky to keep from drowning.

The moon is extremely upset with the sun's foolish decision to invite the sea to their house, and she decides to live on the dark side of the universe to avoid contact with the foolish sun.5/5(2). Why the Sun and the Moon Live in the Sky - African Folktale - Duration: KIDS BOOK READ ALOUD - MOON.

EARTH’S BEST FRIEND - Duration: Mr. Adam’s EDventu views. Why the sun and the moon live in the sky. African Folktale. Many years ago, the sun and water were great friends, and they both lived on the earth togther.

The sun very often used to visit the water, but the water never returned the visits. At. WHY THE SUN AND THE MOON LIVE IN THE SKY (Southeastern Nigeria) A Read-Aloud Retelling A long time ago, when the world was new, the Sun married the Moon and they lived happy as can be in a little cottage near the Ocean.

One day, Sun and Moon invited Ocean over to their house for a visit. Ocean liked it so much he wanted to stay.

Our Online Planetarium allows to compute the coordinates of planets, comets and asteroids and visualize them in the sky with respect to stars and constellations. You can share the current view of the sky, including all the added objects, camera direction and field of view.

Use one of the following methods. Children around the world love to hear folk tales, and parents and grandparents love to tell them.

When you read Why the Sun and the Moon Live in the Sky think about the different ways you could explain why the sun and moon are in the sky: through observations, scientific explanation, creating a fantastic story, or personifying natural objects by giving them human characteristics.

Focused Read-aloud, Session 2: Why the Sun and the Moon Live in the Sky (15 minutes) Direct students' attention to the posted learning targets and read them aloud: "I can retell major events from Why the Sun and the Moon Live in the Sky." "I can describe the central message of Why the Sun and the Moon Live in the Sky.".

Why the Sun and the Moon Live in the Sky: An African Folktale by Elphinstone Dayrell and Blair Lent 3 Total Resources 1 Awards View Text Complexity Discover Like Books.

An African folktale tells how the sun and water once lived on earth as friends, but because the sun failed to build his house large enough, he and his wife, the moon, were driven into the sky when the water came to visit them/5(15).The Woman of the Apocalypse (or Woman clothed in the Sun, γυνὴ περιβεβλημένη τὸν ἥλιον; Mulier amicta sole) is a figure described in Chapter 12 of the Book of Revelation (written c.

AD 95). The woman gives birth to a male child who is threatened by a dragon, identified as the Devil and Satan, who intends to devour the child as soon as he is born.

Title: Why the Sun and the Moon Live in the Sky Author: Elphinstone Dayrell Illustrator: Blair Lent Genre/theme of book: folktale Summary of book: Sun and Moon once lived on earth with their best friend, Water. Friends would come with Water when he visited Sun and Moon, causing Water to be knee-deep for Sun.

Water soon came up to Sun's : Jennifer Sethness.