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The previous post suggests to use a Moon Observation Journal to observe the Moon daily, to record data, and to learn about the Moon's Phases.
A Moon Observation Calendar is just another option!
You may prefer to use a calendar instead of a journal.
As long as the boxes for each date on the calendar are large enough, children can observe the Moon Phase in the sky daily and then sketch a picture and record the date and time of their observation.
As with the journal, children should start to notice a pattern after 1 month (28 days).
You can visit Learning Workroom's website for a FREE Moon Phase Calendar that you can download and print.
Go to: http://www.LearningWorkroom.com
Click on "Free Worksheets"