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2,3 ESS2 (3-4)-7b observing that the moon looks slightly different from day to day, but looks the same again in about 4 weeks.
2,3 ESS2 (3-4)-8a the sun is the center of our solar system; the Earth is one of several planets that orbits the sun; and the moon orbits the Earth.
2,3 ESS2 (3-4)-8b recognizing that it takes approximately 365 days for the Earth to orbit the sun.
2,3 ESS3 (3-4)-9a recognizing that throughout history people have identified patterns of stars that we call constellations.
K-2 ESS2 (K-2)-7c the moon looks slightly different from day to day.
K-2 ESS3 (K-2)-9a there are more stars in the sky than can easily be counted, but they are not scattered evenly and not all the same in brightness.

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