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© 2019 by Vicki Whiting, Editor Jeff Schinkel, Graphics Vol. 35, No. 31 When two asteroids collide in space, the small pieces that break off are called meteoroids. Mad Scientist Fun If you were a scientist and could invent something extraordinary, what would it be? Write about it. If I was a scientist I will creat a cure for diseases and cancer and a flying cars. eteors, asteroids, meteorites ... what’s the difference? Meteors, asteroids, meteorites and meteoroids are all names for space rocks. The rocks have different names depending on their location, whether they are hurtling through space or zooming through the atmosphere and hitting the Earth’s surface. Miguel, 5th Grade, Shearer Elementary School If you were a scientist and could invent something extraordinary it will be a Read each description and label each item on the chart at left. Asteroids are large ge rocks in space that orbit the sun. Most are found in the asteroid belt. When two asteroids collide, the particles that break off of oids. are called meteoroids. A meteoroid that enters Earth’s atmosphere begins to vaporize, becoming a meteor. Sola SSo oola lar SSystem la ystem ys t LLeftovers ft Our solar system is made up of planets Strangely between revolving around a sun. Strangely, Jupiter there is gap the planets Mars and Jupiter, large lar ge enough for another planet, but there is not a planet there. Instead there are millions of asteroids – small and large rocks that scientists believe are the leftover rocks from when the solar system formed. This zone is called the asteroid belt. Jupiter 65 million years ago, dinosaurs had a really bad day.. Scientists have a theory that a humongous asteroid hit the Earth. This event likely caused the end of dinosaurs and many other forms of life. speak to it. Emely, 5th Grade, Shearer Elementary School If I was a scientes I would make telepotacion so I could get to places quicker and faster and I would make um invisibs suit. Robert, 5th Grade, If a meteor survives its flaming trip through our atmosphere and lands on Earth’ Earth’s surface, it is called a meteorite. Shearer Elementary School Mars Earth If I would do something about mad scientist it sun Blast from the Pas astt computer that can you can Circle Cir cle eevery other letter to discover another name ffor meteors. Asteroid Belt ASBHFOLONTVIMNYGCSJTXAGRIS ASBHFOL ONT ONTVIMNYGCSJTXAGRIS GRIS would be a mad mad dog. 1. It would be a mad dog. 2. Because dogs can bite when the are mad. 3. Because dogs can protect people when they About 10,000 ttons of this falls on Earth every day.. Use Use the code to discover the answer. The asteroid that might have wiped out the dinosaurs was about 6 miles wide. The crash filled Earth’s =D =M =R =T atmosphere = E = O = S =U with huge clouds of dust Each of these met Each meteorit eorites eorit es has an eexactt duplica duplic te. t . DDraw w a line connec connec onnecting ting each ma matching ching pair pair. and debris that changed the planet’s climate. are around random people. Camila, 5th Grade, S Synonym Search Cap and hat are synonyms. Large and huge are synonyms. Synonyms are dif different words that mean the same or almost the same thing. Look through the newspaper to find five examples of synonyms. Standards Link: Research: Use the newspaper to locate information. Shearer Elementary School I would invent something extraordinary would be to find how to stop cancer. Diego, 5th Grade, Shearer Elementary School If I was a scientist and could invent something extraordinary it would be teleporting because it can take you anywhere super fast. Stephanie, 5th Grade, The largest asteroid in the asteroid belt is about ¼ the size of the moon. It is so large that in 2006 it was decided it should be called a dwarf planet. This asteroid rotates very fast. One day on this asteroid is only 9 hours long. It takes it about five Earth years to orbit the sun. To find out the name of this asteroid, color the spaces with one dot red and with two dots yellow. Find the words in the puzzle. DINOSAURS How many of them can you HUMONGOUS find on this page? METEORS S D G N I L T R U H ASTEROID U I S L S O L A R O HURTLING O N U E S K R S T I SYSTEM ROCKS G O N N R A C R S P SPACE N S A S T E R O I D CERES O A P S A C C E R M SOLAR M U A A B E L T E A BELT STAR U R G R C O C E K R MARS H S Y S T E M M S S SUN Standards Link: Letter sequencing. Recongized identical GAP words. Skim and scan reading. Recall spelling patterns. Shearer Elementary School If I was a scientist and got to creat anything it would be a teleporter so people don’t have to drive for so long and they just get there quickly. Cesar, 5th Grade, Shearer Elementary School Sell That Book Write an ad to sell your favorite book. Deadline: August 4 Published: Week of Sept. 1 Send your story to: Space Trip Supplies Napa Valley Register Look through the newspaper for 5 to 10 things you would want to take on a trip to space. Write a sentence explaining why you would take each item. ANSWER: A space sheep! Standards Link: Research: Use the newspaper to locate information. Attn: Kid Scoop 1615 Soscol Avenue Napa, CA 94559 PLEASE ANDgrade. GRADE!! PleaseINCLUDE includeYOUR yourSCHOOL school and For more information on becoming a Newspapers In Education sponsor, please contact Circulation at 707.256.2280.