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full moon
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first quarter
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new moon
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spring tide

Earth, Moon, and Sun Vocabulary Word Search

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tidal bulge
low tide
high tide
spring tide
neap tide
third quarter moon
first quarter moon
full moon
new moon
waning gibbous
waxing gibbous
waning crescent
waxing crescet
solar eclipse
lunar eclipse
winter solstice
summer solstice
revolve
rotate
vernal equinox
autumnal equinox
counterclockwise
axis

Earth, Moon, Sun Vocabulary Word Search

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Solar Eclipse
Waning Gibbous
Waxing Gibbous
Waning Crescent
Waxing Crescent
Third Quarter Moon
First Quarter Moon
Spring Tide
Neap Tide
Tidal Bulge
Revolve
Full Moon
New Moon
Low Tide
High Tide
Summer Solstice
Winter Solstice
Rotate
Counterclockwise
Axis

Earth, Moon, and Sun Vocabulary Word Search

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tidal bulge
low tide
high tide
spring tide
neap tide
third quarter moon
first quarter moon
full moon
new moon
waning gibbous
waxing gibbous
waning crescent
waxing crescent
solar eclipse
lunar eclipse
winter solistice
summer solistice
revolve
rotate
vernal equinox
autumnal equinox
counterclockwise
axis

Earth, Moon and Sun Crossword

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Imaginary line through Earth's center Axis
In relation to the Sun Tilt
Caused by the tilt of Earth's axis as the Earth travel around the Sun Seasons
Two days of the year on which neither hemisphere is tilted toward or away from the Sun (September 22 and March 21) Equinox
Two days of the year on which the noon sun is directly overhead at either 23.5 south or north (December 21 and June 21) Solstice
Moon is getting larger in the sky, moving from the New Moon towards the Full Moon Waxing
Different shapes of the moon as seen from earth Phases
Moon is decreasing in size, moving from the Full Moon towards the New Moon Waning
The spinning motion of a planet on its axis Rotation
When half of the Moon's Earth facing side is lit by the sun First quarter
Decreases in size from sunlight Gibbous
When just half of the moon's Eartg-facing side is visible Third quarter
The moon face is completely lit Full moon
Thin silver of the moon Crescent
When the side of the moon is facing earth also faces directly away from the sun New moon
Caused by the interaction of the Earth, Moon and Sun Tides
The movement of an object around another object Revolution
Blocking light from one celestial body by the passage of another between it Eclipse
When the moon passes between the Son and Earth Solar Eclipse
When the moon passes through earth shadow Lunar eclipse

Earth, Moon, and Sun Word Search

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Autumnal Equinox
Axis
Counterclockwise
full moon
high tide
low tide
lunar eclipse
new moon
revolve
rotate
solar eclipse
spring tide
summer solstice
tidal bulge
Vernal Equinox
waning crescent
waning gibbous
waxing crescent
waxing gibbous
winter solstice

Moon phases Crossword

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What does the moon do to the earth? Revolves
When half of the moon light is in the right it is a? First quarter
When the moon disappears it has to be a? New Moon
When the light is in the right then the moon has to be? Waxing moon
When the light is in the left the moon had to be? Waning moon
When there is more light the moon has to be a? Gibbous moon
When the moon is 100% it has to be a? Full moon
When the moon looks like a banana it has to be a? Crescent moon
When half of the moon light is in the left it is a? Third quarter moon
Both the moon and the sun have a________ effect on the earth. Gravity
The light of the moons _______ can be seen on the surface of the water. Reflection

Tides Crossword

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a molecule that contains two hydrogen atoms and one oxygen atom water
the layer of rock that forms Earth's surface crust
a disturbance caused by a vibration wave
the state of the tide when at its highest level. high tides
the state of the tide when at its lowest level low tides
the third planet from the Sun earth
any star around which planets revolve sun
a type of tide that occurs when the sun, moon, and Earth are in a straight line spring tide
a force that exists between any two objects that have mass Gravity
produced when the sun, moon, and Earth align at a 90° angle neap tide
the phase of the moon when it is in conjunction with the sun and invisible from earth new moon
the phase of the moon in which its whole disk is illuminated full moon
A partial tide, with a period of 12 hours, caused by the tide-producing force of the sun. solar tide
the part of a terrestrial tide due to the mutual attraction between earth and moon Lunar tide
A moon phase where the left half of the moon is lit third quarter moon
A moon phase where the right half of the moon is lit and creates neap tides first quarter moon

Moon Phases Word Search

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Waning Cresent
Waning Gibbous
Third Quarter
Full Moon
Waxing Gibbous
First Quarter
Waxing Cresent
New moon
Waxing
Waning

Sun-Earth-Moon Word Search

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waning cresent
third quarter
waxing gibbous
full moon
first quarter
waxing cresent
illumination
lunar eclipse
solar eclipse
eclipse
high tide
low tide
gravitationalpull
tides
summer
winter
southernhemisphere
northern hemisphere
poles
equator
solarenergy
orientation
orbitalplane
constant
revolution
hour
night
day
tilted
axis
rotation
orbit
sun
moon
earth
model

Sun, Earth and Moon Crossword

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The force that causes the motion of our Solar System Gravity
To turn or spin on an axis rotation
The imaginary line from the North pole to the South Pole causing tilt at a 23.5 degree angle Axis
1 rotation of the Earth on its axis takes 24 ___________ hours
Earth's rotation causes _________ and Night day
To go around or orbit around another object in space. Revolution
It takes 365 days or 1 _________ for the Earth to complete 1 revolution around the sun. year
The Earth revolving around the sun and it's tilt cause seasons
If it is summer in the Northern Hemisphere, then it is ______________in the Southern Hemisphere winter
The moon __________ around the sun in 29 days. revolves
The moon is illuminated (Lit up) because it reflects the ___________ light. sun's
The moon is beginning to illuminate (Light on the right) Waxing
The moon appears to get darker on the right (Lights off) Waning
Ocean ___________ are caused by the gravitational pull between the sun earth and moon. tides
The sun, the Earth and the Moon are lined up during high tide or ____________ spring tide
During the moon's quarter phases (1st quarter and 3rd quarter moons) The line between the Earth, sun and moon is at a 90 degree angle this causes low tide, also known as__________ neap tide
A medium sized star in our solar system, and its gravity holds all the planets in place. Sun
The Earth's natural satellite moon
3rd planet from the Sun, and is the only known planet to support life. Earth
A massive star that is a source of Heat and light for our Solar system. Sun