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Black Hole es un programa orientado a potenciar las habilidades matemáticas en el pensamiento crítico llevando a los estudiantes hacia niveles más profundos dentro de los conceptos matemáticos fundamentales. Conoce Black Hole y el resto de nuestra propuesta educativa en: http://mindbuilders.com.mx

Black Hole es un programa orientado a potenciar las habilidades matemáticas en el pensamiento crítico llevando a los estudiantes hacia niveles más profundos dentro de los conceptos matemáticos fundamentales. Conoce Black Hole y el resto de nuestra propuesta educativa en: http://mindbuilders.com.mx

In this article, students will read about black holes and how they are related to the space-time continuum and gravity. An analogy is used for easy understanding. The event horizon and singularity is also explained as well as the classification of three types of black holes. This is a great in class activity, homework assignment, weekly science reading assignment, sub plan or in school suspension plan. Use this to save time looking for engaging and appropriate articles with questions!

Science Literacy Reading #24 - Black Holes Explained- Secondary Science Sub Plan

Ever wonder what a black hole really is? Black holes can pull anything close by into them. They are like vacuums in outer space. You can read more science facts for kids about black holes here: http://easyscienceforkids.com/all-about-black-holes/

A new kind of cosmic flash may reveal something never seen before: the birth of a black hole. When a massive star exhausts its fuel, it collapses under its own gravity and produces a black hole, an object so dense that not even light can escape its.

Great Ways to Organize Kids’ School Papers

Great Ways to Organize Kids’ School Papers

Love this!  Front folders for unfinished work instead of inside desks where sometimes the work disappears into black holes. - or on the sides if they sit at tables!

Front folders for unfinished work instead of inside desks where sometimes the work disappears into black holes. I love this idea because it also eliminates taping name tags onto the desks!

Johns Hopkins Researcher, Colleagues, Solve Mystery of X-ray Light Coming From Black Holes

John Hopkins researchers in conjunction with supercomputer calculations, simulate x-ray emissions from a black hole.

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