One World, One Sky: Big Bird's Adventure

Based on the popular children's show Sesame Street, Big Bird, Elmo and their friend from China, Hu Hu Zhu, take viewers on a journey of discovery to learn about the Big Dipper, the North Star, the Sun and the Moon.

One World, One Sky is recommended for ages 2-7.

One, World, One Sky is a production of Adler Planetarium, Sesame Workshop, Beijing Planetarium, and Liberty Science Center and was produced with major support from the National Science Foundation. One World, One Sky is distributed by Evans & Sutherland.

One World, One Sky is currently available for school groups. To book a group reservation for other times, call (615) 862-5177 at least two weeks in advance.

Sponsored, in part, by Nashville Predators Foundation.


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TN State Science Standards
Grade Level Expectations (GLE)

Kindergarten

Embedded Inquiry

  • GLE 0007.Inq.1 Observe the world of familiar objects using the senses and tools.

Earth and Space Science

  • GLE 0007.6.1 Know the different objects that are visible in the day and night sky.
  • GLE 0007.10.1 Identify the sun as the source of heat and light

Grade 1

Embedded Inquiry

  • GLE 0107.Inq.1 Observe the world of familiar objects using the senses and tools.

Earth and Space Science

  • GLE 0107.6.1 Compare and describe features of the day and night sky.
  • GLE 0107.6.2 Realize that the sun can only be seen during the day, while the moon can be seen at night and sometimes during the day.