Students analyzed various patterns, relative movements and relationships among the sun, moon and Earth. Many students had the chance to observe the "totality". It was a great opportunity for them to share their experiences. Based on these experiences and the information the students collected, they put forward a hypothesis. The students then conducted an experiment to create and observe the phenomenon using flashlights and models of the Earth and moon.They traced the movement of the sun, moon and Earth to develop an explanation for the phases of the total solar eclipse. The students created an artwork for our cross-curricular activity.