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Entertaining Excerpts from A child’s Garden of Misinformation by Art Linkletter
When the moon is between the sun and the earth, we have a lunatic eclipse.
Q. On some clear nights we do not see the moon. Why not? A. Because of invisible clouds.
“We know much more than ancient peoples did. They thought it was 240,000 miles to the moon. We found out it was 240,000. The difference is we know. ”
Astronomy is to look in the sky and see stars while astrology is to look up and see lions and virgins and other spooky creatures.
The sun is really a star. How it fools us is by shining in the day and being of the unpointed kind.
The Milky Way was discovered by Louis Pasteur.
Air is called atmosphere when we want it to sound more important.
Stratus fear is something that astronauts get, but they take a pill for it.
Seaweeds is something you don’t want your neighbors to do when they look in your garden.
If you eat a toadstool and don’t die, it’s a mushroom.
Chlorophyll is something plants have to make them smell nice to other plants.
Anyone suffering from an electrical shock should be put in an insulation ward.
The Mnemonic Plague is remembered to this day.
Cold makes everything get smaller and heat makes everything get bigger-if you forget about ice cubes.
Chemistry was begun by alchemists who were looking for gold but had to settle for chemistry.
Humidity is the experience of looking for air and finding water.
Although I weigh 88 pounds, I weigh only 40 kilograms. Everybody weighs less in the metrical system.
Heavy water is like with ships in it.
The General Law of Accelerated Bodies is that the faster a body goes the quicker he gets there.
My experimental materials are a box of matches, a candle, and an empty glass of water.
Q: If you put the tip of a thermometer in boiling water, what would it say? A: Take me out, if it could talk.
A weather vane tells the direction of the wind. When the wind blows in various directions, use a varicose vane.
If a man has only one of them why is it called an abdomen instead of an adoman?
When ice and water are put in the same glass the ice always comes to the top. One of them has to, and it would look kind of silly the other way.
A fire must have oxygen, but not too much. Giving it too much is known as blowing it out.
Iron is very useful unless it meets oxygen. Then it is rust. It is like a person getting in with the wrong crowd.
Molecules all pull toward each other. They have learned the value of sticking together. Because of this, even though they are very tiny, molecules will probably never become extinct.
When animals seem to be thinking, they are usually only instincting.
Spelling Lists. Unit 1 Spelling List write family there yet would draw become grow try really ago almost always course less than words study then learned.
____ + ____ + ____ = weather.
Our Star The sun is a star, just like the other ones you see in the night sky. It is a yellow, middle-sized star. It seems bigger than other stars do,
Welcome to Science Unit 1 Water Cycle and Weather 4 th Grade Mr. Summerlin.
The Water Cycle The Water Cycle Jump The Water Cycle.
Star Light, Star Bright Star Bright. Bright Lights The night sky is filled with thousands of lights. These lights are stars. What do stars look like to.
When people say that it is going to rain, or that it is cold outside, what is the “it” that they are talking about? The “it” refers to the atmosphere.
Heat Why is it colder in the night than in the day? The sun is the greatest heat source in the world. As the sun comes up, it warms the world. As the.
Natural Resources Reviewing what YOU know Because we love you. Happy Valentine’s Day.
Mercury has no atmosphere. This means there is no air. Mercury is a planet of extreme temperatures. During the day, temperatures can reach over.
Soil I know that the 4 things that make up soil are rocks, organic matter (humus), water, and air. I know that different types of soil have different colors.
1. What is a thin blanket of air that surrounds the Earth?
UNIT D THE SOLAR SYSTEM What are Stars and Planets?
Science is Fun!. Unit 1 Me! Recognize the parts of the body.
Jennifer Currier & Cassie Burnett GLCE: E.ES Identify the sun as the most important source of heat which warms the land, air, and water of the Earth.
M0fA. Feeling pressured?... Air pressure is all around us. Air pressure is the force exerted on you by the weight.
Meteorology, Factors effecting weather, and forecasting weather.
ARI. Solids Solids are those kind of things that have there own shape and cannot move around only animals and people. In solids the molecules are tightly.
By Julianne Marie Vella Grade 5 Alpha. When you talk about weather, you are really talking about the air. How hot or cold is the air? How much dampness,
THE WATER CYCLE Water moves around Earth in a perpetual cycle. In the atmosphere, clouds are made from tiny droplets of water or pieces of ice. Precipitation.
Who Wants to be a Millionaire? A Weather Forecasting System Review Circle your answer as you go. Mark it right or wrong as you go.
Sight Words. the of and a to in is you that.
ATMOSPHERE NOTES September 2, What is weather? Weather is the condition of Earth’s atmosphere at a specific time and place.
Energy Review Notes. Energy is what makes matter MOVE or CHANGE. We call this the ability to do WORK. We studied 7 types of energy this year: Mechanical.
Weather The state of the atmosphere at a certain time and place Climate The average weather over a long period of time.
What is wind and heat? Name two factors that affect evaporation. Name two factors that affect evaporation.
Even though it is the closest planet to the sun it is still not the hottest planet because the temperature is uneven The side of Mercury which is.
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Question: Have you ever seen a video of astronauts on the moon? They bounce around like beach balls even though they wear big, bulky spacesuits. Why.
Our Weather Word Wall thermometertemperaturecloudcloud cover precipitation wind direction rain gaugeweather vain anemometerwind speedthunderlightning.
View From the Earth Created by Mrs. Groover Weather Weather is a description of what happens in the air over the Earth’s surface. We often use words.
Heat Chapter 9. Temperature 1. How hot or cold something feels 2. The amount of Kinetic energy a substance has a. Kinetic energy is energy of motion b.
1 of 10 © Boardworks 2011 Weather. 2 of 10 © Boardworks 2011 Weather Weather is a description of what it is like outside right now. Weather includes:
High Frequency Words. a about above add after.
10 points 15 points 20 points 25 points 5 points 10 points 15 points 20 points 25 points 5 points 10 points 15 points 20 points 25 points 5 points 10 points.
Understanding Pressure and What It Has To Do With the Atmosphere Activity: Hot air balloon: Activity: Molecules in a box Come inside and review observations.
Near the car. Between the lines My own father In the country.
Physical properties include: Shape Size Melting Point Density 5.01 Physical Changes.
The earth and the sky By Kavitha Karunakaran Our Earth is covered with land and water. The land is not the same every where. It has different features.
Exploring the Moon Ms. Rodriguez Third Grade General Facts and Information The moon is the earth’s only natural satellite (a celestial body orbiting.
A. as is a couldn’t does could has wouldn’t.
J Meteoroids, Meteors and Meteorites Mr. Harper’s science Mini lesson with audio Click on the speaker icon to hear the words.
What Is Heat?. What Will Happen? If you leave a hot drink on the table and wait for a while, does the drink heat up or cool off? If you leave a cold drink.
Lesson 2: Temperature, Pressure, and Humidity. Temperature and Pressure Air is made up of molecules that are constantly moving. As air warms up, these.
Moon Craters Craters are the scars leftover when something hits an object in space.
The Force of Gravity. It is a centripetal force and it is provided by the gravitational force between the Earth & the Moon. What Type of force is this.
Atmospheric Movement in Weather Change. Weather The short-term (a few hours or days) condition of the atmosphere at a given location. Water and air.
Weather Instruments By Christina Morgan V.. Barometer A Barometer is an instrument that measures the air pressure. If you read the barometer and it.
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