The Sidewalk Solar System

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For elementary and middle school level children, this is an activity for making a model of the solar system that is to scale using only chalk and a long stretch of sidewalk. It is fun for the entire class, helps children think in terms of models, and helps them learn about the planets.
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Words: 1,030
Language: English
About Richard Ignace

Born in Fort Wayne, IN, I have been married since 1988. My wife and I have six wonderful children. We have lived in Indiana (of course), Wisconsin, Scotland, and Iowa, and we currently reside in Tennessee.

I am a professor of astrophysics, teaching students and doing research. Stars have been the main focus of my studies, but I am interested in most areas of astrophysics, including microlensing and exoplanets.

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Review by: Peter Salisbury on Jan. 14, 2010 :
What a great idea! My son will love this as he is interested in anything to do with Physics and space. This experiment will demonstrate very effectively the relative distances of planets in our solar system. The explanation is clear and easy to follow.
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