Back to School PowerPoint Video: Top 7 Telescopes for Kids Back to School

Watch the "Top 7 Telescopes for Kids" by both PowerPoint and video

Now kids head back to school. Now comes 400th Anniversary of Galileo’s Telescope. As a good parent or teacher, you may take this as an opportunity of astronomy teaching, looking for a good telescope to inspire your kids or students by a concrete observance of the space. And according to Nick Greene, the specialist for the Space column at About.com, 7 telescopes are advanced in his "Top 7 Telescopes for Kids", which gets further illustrated in my following PowerPoint presentation and video on the same topic.

Back to School PowerPoint Presentation on Telescope – Meet to Young Curious Kids at School

Unfortunately, Slideshare.net is unable to preserve all the amazing effects, like the original animations, transitions and the MP3 sound file of this back to school PowerPoint presentation. You know, PowerPoint itself fits to a fixed desktop rather than a viral network. So to present you a complete look of the kids’ telescope presentation, I turn it to popular YouTube video (High Quality MP4) with Moyea PPT to Video Converter Edu. The PowerPoint video does get there on the Web, without any loss of components including the mood music and animations in the source.

Back to School PowerPoint Video on Telescope – Teach and Encourage Your Kids via Internet

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