32 days: Are you ready for the eclipse?
On August 21st, a solar eclipse in which the moon passes between the sun and Earth will last about three hours. The longest period when the moon completely blocks the sun will last slightly over two minutes. The last time the United States saw a complete eclipse was in 1979. This is a wonderful time to get students engaged in Earth and Space Science. Below are a few resources you may find useful as you prepare instruction for this event.
How are you planning on teaching about the solar eclipse? What resources are you using?