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Skip to main content. This FAQ is intended to give teachers some background so that they can better teach lessons about the moon. The FAQ is not intended to be read by elementary age students since many of the concepts are too abstract for them to understand yet.

For elementary aged students, simple observations of the changing appearance and position of the moon are a good place to start. Teachers, if you are confused by the answers below, don't feel bad: Send us a question and we'll keep trying!

Does the moon rotate on an axis like the earth?

Does the moon have day and night? Why isn't the moon visible every night or every day? Are the phases different in the northern and southern hemispheres? Why don't the phases of the moon happen on the same day each month?

So exactly how long does it take the moon to orbit the Earth? If I observe the moon at noon, and then again that evening, would the phase be the same? What causes the moon to shine?

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Wouldn't the earth block the light from the sun to the moon? Could light from the sun bounce off the earth and hit the moon? Is there a cute way to remember the phase terms?

I am always mixing up waxing and waning. Also some people say "no moon" for new moon. Would the earth appear to go through phases for an observer on the moon? Does the moon rise and set at the same time each day?

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