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Which earth science lesson is especially appropriate for the primary grades?
A. Moon
B. Volcanoes
C. Stars
D. Weather

my answer is d.

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  1. I'd say all of the above. But, since not all urban dwellers can see the stars and young children may not be up at night, and volcanos are complicated, I suppose weather is the one thing that all children actually experience.

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