The Solar System Science Third Grade Sandra Tidwell

The Solar System Science Third Grade Sandra Tidwell

THE SOLAR SYSTEM POWERPOINT CENTER (S) AMANDA HERBERT THE SOLAR SYSTEM IS THE SUN AND THE OBJECTS THAT ORBIT AROUND IT. THE SUN IS THE CENTER OF THE SOLAR SYSTEM. The Sun is important

because it provides the Earth heat. It is one of the prime ingredients for most Earth life-forms. PLANETS A planet is a large body of rock or gas that orbits the sun. The solar system has nine planets. (Pluto is a dwarf)

CHOOSE ONE PLANET AND FIND THREE FACTS ABOUT THAT PLANET. WRITE YOUR FACTS ON A SHEET OF PAPER. Mercury Venus Earth

Mars Jupiter Saturn Uranus Neptune

Pluto INNER PLANETS Mercury Venus Earth Mars

They are the four planets closest to the sun. Inner Planets have rocky surfaces, and they are warmer than the outer planets. EARTH IS DIFFERENT FROM THE OTHER INNER PLANETS. IT HAS A WATERY SURFACE. IT IS THE ONLY PLANET

WITH A LOT OF OXYGEN IN ITS ATMOSPHERE. EARTH HAS PLANT LIFE AND ANIMAL LIFE. OUTER PLANETS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Jupiter Saturn Uranus Neptune Pluto OUTER PLANETS ARE MADE MOSTLY OF FROZEN GASES. THEIR SURFACES ARE COLDER THAN THE INNER PLANETS BECAUSE THEY ARE FARTHER AWAY

FROM THE SUN. MOST OUTER PLANETS HAVE MANY MOONS. PLUTO IS DIFFERENT FROM OTHER OUTER PLANETS. IT IS THE SMALLEST PLANET IN THE SOLAR SYSTEM. THE FIRST ANNUAL PLANET AWARDS Click on the link below.

Scroll down the page until you see the story The First Annual Planet Awards. Click on the link next to the picture that says Flipbook (Flash). To turn the page of the book, click on the top right corner of the book pages. The First Annual Planet Awards

COMPARING PLANET SIZE Print out the following worksheet. Click on the link below. You will be comparing the planets listed on the worksheet. Be a careful reader! To compare the planets, select a planet from the left and a planet from the right. Then click the compare button in the middle. Planet Size Comparison

PLANET SWITCH-A-ROO See how well you can match up the planets. Start on easy and then increase your level.

In spite of how different they look, the Switch-a-Roo game might make you think the Sun, all the planets, and some of their moons were all the same size. Not true! Planet Match

Recently Viewed Presentations

  • CSO Sustainability: Ethiopia - Wilson Center

    CSO Sustainability: Ethiopia - Wilson Center

    5.Service Provision. Overall Score 5.7USAID Score 4.9. Range of goods and services 5.5. diverse range of goods/services across sectors. Yes but heavily constrained in democracy, justice, rights
  • Participe passé et Subjonctif - Mme Savage

    Participe passé et Subjonctif - Mme Savage

    Le participe passé Le participe passé accompagne souvent les auxiliaires avoir et être dans la conjugaison du verbe. Il peut aussi être employé seul comme adjectif qualificatif. Laënnec a soigné plusieurs personnes. ... Le participe passé employé avec l'auxiliaire être...
  • Teaching Social Studies to English Language Learners

    Teaching Social Studies to English Language Learners

    Pedagogical Spaces in Teaching Social Studies to English Language Learners. Gerardo Aponte-Martinez. ... & Guberman, S. (2006). Introducing Historical Thinking to Second Language Learners: Exploring What Students Know and What They Want to Know. ... Teaching Social Studies to English...
  • Color and Polarization

    Color and Polarization

    Additive Color Mixing. Mixing light is additive process - color TV, stage lighting . Primary colors of light are red, blue, green. When all 3 primary colors are combined, produces white (polychromatic) light. If one color is removed from white...
  • Occupational Medicine Services - University of Texas Medical ...

    Occupational Medicine Services - University of Texas Medical ...

    Occupational Medicine Services can be sorted into 3 main areas ... ago that occurred on business travel associated with lifting heavy carry-on bag into overhead bin. ... Read questions - Allow participants time to consider answers.
  • 6-1 Addition and Subtraction Inequalities

    6-1 Addition and Subtraction Inequalities

    Open and Closed Dots When graphing inequalities, an open dot is used when the value should not be included in the solution, as with > and < inequalities. A closed dot indicates the value is included in the solution, as...
  • Blood Physiology - doc meg&#x27;s hideout

    Blood Physiology - doc meg's hideout

    Blood Physiology. Dr. Meg-angela Christi Amores. RBC (Red Blood Cells) Erythrocytes. ... local myogenic spasm, (2) local autacoid factors from the traumatized tissues and blood platelets, and (3) nervous reflexes ... Basic Theory. Balance between procoagulant and anticoagulant. Normal blood...
  • Bab 1 Pengantar Akuntansi dan Bisnis - Gunadarma

    Bab 1 Pengantar Akuntansi dan Bisnis - Gunadarma

    ROIC = Return on Invested Capital WACC = Weighted Average Cost of Capital Formula di atas menunjukkan bahwa nilai tambah yang diperoleh adalah nilai tambah bersih (net), yaitu nilai tambah yang dihasilkan dikurangi biaya yang digunakan untuk memperoleh nilai tambah...