Celestial Almanack Has Home Scholars Looking Up – The Wired Homeschool

The Celestial Almanack is your illustrated guide to learning the night sky, from Fourth Day Press

Have you ever looked up at the night sky and wondered what exactly you were seeing?  Besides “The Big Dipper” and Orion most homeschoolers probably can’t identify two other constellations much less determine if what they’re looking at is a star or a planet.

The Classical Astronomy Celestial Almanack: a Visual Representation of the Sky can change that.  Each month, Jay Ryan will publish a beautifully illustrated and highly detailed PDF containing instructions for finding planets and identifying constellations.  This is a great tool for increasing your knowledge of the night sky and learning about our amazing universe.

In addition to monthly updates on the position of the planets and movement of the moon you’ll find a useful calendar with significant astronomical and non-astronomical events noted next to each day of the month.

The heavens are telling of the glory of God;
And their expanse is declaring the work of His hands. –Psalm 19:1 NASB

Jay’s unique style and clear explanations will make it easy for you and your family to go outside and see the wonders of our universe.  Each edition is sure to be filled with detailed descriptions of what you and your family can see in the night sky.

Buy Celestial Almanack today from CurrClick for $3.00 (affiliate link) and go outside and look up!

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Disclaimer: I received a review copy of this newsletter that I can keep for consideration in preparing to write this content. I was/am not expected to return this item after my review. DISCLOSURE OF MATERIAL CONNECTION: http://cmp.ly/1

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