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Planets of the Solar System Factbook - Worksheet

Free on Plus | 3 pages (PDF)|Grades: 4 - 6

A worksheet that can be compiled into a factbook containing information about the planets in the solar system.

Use this worksheet when learning about the planets of the solar system.

Students research specific information about the planets and record it on the worksheet. A copy of the planet research page can be printed for each planet and then compiled to make a complete factbook. Students can also learn their place in space by recording their ‘cosmic address’ i.e. street, suburb, city, state, country, planet, star system (Orion Arm), galaxy (Milky Way), Cluster (Virgo), the Universe.

This teaching resource would a wonderful addition to a lesson or unit about the solar system in Earth and Space Sciences.

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