Pre-Post Visit Questionaire

Before Your Planetarium Visit

Grade K-2
  • Pre-Visit Questionnaire (.doc) or (.pdf)
  • Post-Visit Questionnaire (.doc) or (.pdf)
  • Answers to Questionnaires (Pre- and Post-) (.doc) or (.pdf)

Discuss these questions with your students prior to your visit, to stimulate their curiosity:

  • How does the Sun affect us?
  • What do you see in the sky?
  • How do objects in the sky move and change?
  • What is a star?
  • What is a planet?
  • How do the Earth and Moon move and change?

Grade 3-5
  • Pre-Visit Questionnaire (.doc) or (.pdf)
  • Post-Visit Questionnaire (.doc) or (.pdf)
  • Answers to Questionnaires (Pre- and Post-) (.doc) or (.pdf)

Discuss these questions with your students prior to your visit, to stimulate their curiosity:

  • What is the solar system?
  • How do Earth and its Moon move?
  • How do objects move in the solar system?
  • What are the planets like?
  • How do people study the solar system?
  • What celestial bodies make up the solar system?
  • What celestial bodies make up the universe?
  • What causes the shift from day to night?
  • What causes the change of seasons?

Grade 6-8
  • Pre-Visit Questionnaire (.doc) or (.pdf)
  • Post-Visit Questionnaire (.doc) or (.pdf)
  • Answers to Questionnaires (Pre- and Post-) (.doc) or (.pdf)

Discuss these questions with your students prior to your visit, to stimulate their curiosity:

  • What are constellations?
  • What is the Zodiac?
  • What causes day and night?
  • What causes seasons?
  • What causes an eclipse?
  • What causes the Moon’s phases?
  • How can you tell a star from a planet?
  • How did the solar system form? How do we know?
  • What are the differences between Terrestrial and Jovian planets?
  • What celestial bodies make up the universe?
  • What is the origin of the universe? How do we know?

Grade 9-12
  • Pre-Visit Questionnaire (.doc) or (.pdf)
  • Post-Visit Questionnaire (.doc) or (.pdf)
  • Answers to Questionnaires (Pre- and Post-) (.doc) or (.pdf)

Discuss these questions with your students prior to your visit, to stimulate their curiosity:

  • How do we know how far away a star is?
  • What is the Big Bang Theory?
  • What is the value of space exploration?