This show kit includes:
- 153 digitally scanned slides
- The sound track as a .MP3 file
- The script and slide list
- Production notes
- Teachers Guide and Evaluation form
22 minutes runtime
1 .zip file
In this lively participatory program characters come alive as the daytime and nighttime sky are explored. The program uses simple astronomy concepts and is intended for kindergarten or first grade students. The planetarium director plays the part of Zubenelgenubi, and has lines that fit into the presentation of the show. During the show, the audience is introduced to Tracy the telephone pole, Hydro the hydrant, and a talking Sun and Moon (shown above). A section for constellation identification is provided, which is followed by a story and stormy sky. Students pitch in to help to blow the storm away and the program ends with a peaceful sunrise and new day.
Suggestions are given for a short introduction to the program, which may include models, globes or any number of astronomy demonstrations. These introductory techniques often make students more comfortable and help create an interesting and exciting learning environment.
Narration is recorded and live
Video is digitally scanned slides and supporting video