• Starry Night Elementary School

Starry Night Elementary School


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Discover a universe of learning with engaging K-4 activities.

The pulse of the tides, the dance of the Moon and the swing of the seasons captivate even the youngest child. The realistic visualizations in Starry Night Elementary engage their natural fascination and guide them to understand the world on a scientific basis. With lesson plans and activities correlated to State and National standards, Starry Night Elementary for grades K-4 is the most effective way to introduce space science.
 
Starry Night education titles are now optimized for SMART Boards and have been awarded SMART Technologies' highest level of accreditation: SMART Board Application Elite.
 
Starry Night embraces the 5E method of science instruction and lesson planning: Engage, Explore, Explain, Elaborate and Evaluate. These are the cornerstones of good science and correlate to both the National Science Education Standards in the United States and Common Framework of Science Learning Outcomes in Canada.
The activities in Starry Night Elementary are structured as adventures that enable the students to construct their own knowledge of the world around them. Each adventure addresses the science content standards, incorporates several science process skills and connects to language arts, fine arts, math and/or social studies in a seamless way.
The resources section includes post-assessment resources such as Log Sheets and KWL charts that can be compiled to create a complete logbook for each student.                                              
 
 
If you are interested in a multi-user license, please call 877-290-8256
To run Starry Night Elementary School you need:
Windows: Requires Windows XP, Vista, 7 or 8 (Important: not compatible with Windows 8 RT): 500 MHz or higher processor, 128 MB RAM and 900 MB of hard disk space. 32 MB OpenGL capable graphics card. Minimum recommended monitor resolution of 1024 x 768 pixels.
Macintosh: Universal Binary runs natively on Intel and PPC Macintosh computers. Requires OS X 10.3.9 or higher, G3 450 MHz or higher processor, 128 MB RAM and 900 MB of hard disk space. Will not run on OS 9.x or earlier. 32 MB OpenGL capable graphics card. Minimum recommended monitor resolution of 1024 x 768 pixels.
Basic support for joysticks recognized by Windows XP and Mac OS X.
Requirements for Video DVD: Home DVD player and TV, or computer with DVD player.




$149.95 USD