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From New York City/Eastern LI: Take I-495 east/West to exit 44N(44 from Eastern LI). Merge onto NY-135 N towards Syosset. Take exit 14E for NY 25E towards Woodbury. Remain in lane coming off ramp and take first right at the first set on lights onto Crossways Park Drive. Follow Crossways Park Drive passing Police Station, Valiant and Hitachi. After bend in road take first left into parking lot. Entrance is located at Green Awning towards end of parking lot. From Southern Long Island: Take Sothern State Pkwy east or west to exit 28AN. Merge onto NY-135 N towards Syosset. Take exit 14E for NY 25E towards Woodbury. Remain in lane coming off ramp and take first right at the first set on lights onto Crossways Park Drive. Follow Crossways Park Drive passing Police Station, Valiant and Hitachi. At bend in road take first left into parking lot. Entrance is located at Green Awning towards end of parking lot.

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Man in the Moon

You Will Need:

Black construction paper, white chalk

Directions:

Go outside each night for a month. Have your child draw a picture of the moon. Try to let your child be the first to notice the different shape. When she notices it, ask questions about the changes. “What is changing about the moon? Can you find it every night? Is it in the same place every night? Does it look the same at different times of the same night?” Younger children will not be able to understand the concepts involved with reflected light, orbit of the moon and earth etc. They only need to understand that it changes because it moves.

Tip:

Share the peacefulness of night. Talk about your day while you are outside. Notice the sounds and smells of the evening. Go for a walk or put a quilt on the grass to lay on while you search the sky.


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