Moon Homework Quiz

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Welcome! This listing features a full-page homework quiz about the moon primarily for an astronomy unit in a middle school earth science course.
There are five sections in this homework quiz detailed behind the bullets below.
  • Sketch and label the last seven phases of the lunar cycle with the assistance of a vocabulary bank
  • Sketch and label the position of the moon, Earth, and the Sun during a new and full moon
  • Matching of fourteen vocabulary terms [Quarter moon, rotation, gibbous, revolution, full moon, penumbra, crater, crescent moon, umbra, lunar cycle, new moon, waxing, waning, and solar eclipse]
  • Multiple-choice – four questions about various subtopics from predicting upcoming dates of a certain lunar phase to the difference in the lunar plane of orbit with respect to Earth’s plane of orbit around the sun
  • Fill-in-the-blank – students find the homes for eleven vocabulary terms affiliated with tides in relation to the moon’s gravitational pull on Earth with the assistance of a word bank
This PDF file will become editable upon conversion to Microsoft Word using an Adobe Acrobat Reader DC Program. This assessment includes a full-page key with the answers in red font.
This resource complements the following activities relating to the moon in my store.
  • Lunar Review Quest
  • Moon Vocabulary Crossword Puzzle Set
  • Lunar Phase Cycle Identification and Sequencing Activity
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