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This printable supports Next Generation Science Standards Disciplinary Core Idea PS3.B and K-PS3-1.

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Investigating Sunlight on Earth Materials (Kindergarten)

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Investigating Sunlight on Earth Materials

Instructions: Summer - SunThe sun's energy affects the Earth's surface. It changes the temperature of Earth's materials.

With your teacher, plan and conduct an investigation to see how the sun's energy changes the temperatures of different materials. See how sand, soil, rock, and water temperatures change when placed in sunlight and shade.

1. 
Circle the word that completes each sentence.

I think each material will feel WARMER/COOLER after being in sunlight.

I think each material will feel WARMER/COOLER after being in shade.


2. 
How does each material feel after it was in sunlight or shade? Write the word WARMER or COOLER in each box of the table to describe how each material felt.

Effect of Sunlight on Earth Materials
SandSoilRockWater
Sunlight
Shade



3. 
Circle the word that completes the sentence.

Sunlight WARMS/COOLS the Earth's surface.


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