My grandson, Quino, wondered why the moon "changes shape". I made this animation (using PacificTech Graphing Calculator) as a didactic object. Our discussions had a number of interesting aspects -- interpreting a 2-D display of 3-D phenomena, Piaget's decentering (adopting perspectives other than your own), and frames of reference to name a few. I'd be delighted to see others probe students' or teachers' thinking in regard to this animation (or something of your own design).
NB1: I simplified the simulation in a number of ways: Distances are not to scale, Moon orbits Earth four times per year, Earth rotates 5 times per Moon orbit, and the inclination of Moon's orbit to Earth's equator is 30 degrees instead of 5.1 degrees.
NB2: You can download the videos by right-clicking on them, or click the download link at the end.
This first video shows the moon orbiting Earth as Earth orbits Sun.
This second video shows the same as above, with how Moon looks from Earth's dark side during Moon's orbit.
Here is an augmented reality view of the animation recorded off the screen of my iPad Pro. I recommend you play it at full screen, then scroll through it with the play bar.
Here are five files.