Milky Way, Moons, and Meteorites

Teaching Artist: Dino O’Dell

Join educator, author, and songwriter Dinosaur O’Dell for an interactive assembly about outer space science. The students learn about the planets in our solar system, gravity, the greenhouse effect, friction, and the difference between meteors, meteorites, and meteoroids. Dino is a former preschool and elementary school teacher, and whether he’s singing about science, health, or early literacy, the content is presented through music and stories.

Audience: Grades K-2
Format: Performance
Curriculum Connections: Science
Teaching Artist: Dino O’Dell

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