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Thursday, May 17, 2012
We used a pan full of flour and a marble to demonstrate how a crater is formed on the moon's surface. The moon is covered with a light dust, so the flour worked well for the surface of the moon. The marble was an asteriod. We added a little excitement to the lesson by allowing students to choose between a small marble or a boulder to drop. Many thought the boulder would leave a bigger crater, but the smaller marble did!