Tonight & tomorrow will have a supermoon . . . one we haven’t seen since 1948 . . . and won’t see it again until 2034.
Take time tonight with your family and view this awesome creation of God. Supermoons occur when the moon is extremely close to the earth. If you want to see the moon at it’s largest (closest to earth), I’ve been told that will occur on Monday, November 14 at 6:22am EASTERN.
If you’re not an early riser, that’s ok. Just enjoy the moon on Sunday or Monday nights. You’ll see a moon larger than you’ve ever seen. I plan to go out to our country place tonight to get a view of it without the city lights.
Thanks for the Oreo fun with moon phases pdf. We used it yesterday after buying a box of the cookies for some extra fun learning about the moon landing and the moon phases. The kids really enjoyed the videos on your blog as well. Thanks so much for making those resources available. ~Sabrina K.
Question: What family activities will you do together this week? Will you watch the moon together? You can leave a comment by clicking here.