Oreo Moon Phase Lab. Draw a diagram of the positions of the sun, the earth, and the moon for a first quarter moon and for a third quarter moon. Use the knife or popsicle stick, carefully scrape off a portion of the frosting to recreate each moon phase.
Each pair of students will receive only. We started where we left off, with the moon’s face being shadowed. Use the knife or popsicle stick, carefully scrape off a portion of the frosting to recreate each moon phase.
By The End Of The Lesson We Will Be Able To Identify The 8 Phases Of The Moon By Practicing With Oreo Cookies And Labeling Them On Our Ticket Out The Door.
Of the frosting and the other ½ of the cookie has. A flashlight or a desk lamp. Then open up some oreo cookies
Separate Your Cookies Carefully, So That ½ Of The Cookie Has All Of The Frosting And The Other ½ Of The Cookie Has No Frosting.
Clean up all broken or dropped oreos immediately. Draw a diagram of the positions of the sun, the earth, and the moon for a first quarter moon and for a third quarter moon. These oreo moons show how the moon looks from earth during these phases:
Set The Cookies Without Frosting Aside (Or Eat Them!) 2.
Using the plastic knives scrape off the cream filling to. 7 oreo cookies, plastic fork/knife for each student, paper towel. During a month, the part of the moon that we see in the sky changes shape.
Describe The Moon’s Position And How It Appears From Earth During Each Of The Following Phases.
A.) each pair of students will receive seven oreo cookies and diagram a. It passes through different phases, growing from new moon to crescent to first quarter to gibbous to full, and then decreasing in the amount that we see from earth that is illuminated until it is back at new moon again. Black construction paper (or the printable moon chart from our 30 science experiments)
Do Not Make A Mistake.
Separate your cookies carefully, so that ½ of the cookie has. There will be no replacement cookies! Each pair of students will receive only.