Learn information about the Earth, sun, and moon while comparing the physical characteristics of each with this 22-slide instructional slide deck.
What are Celestial Bodies?
Celestial bodies are objects that exist in space which include stars, planets, moons, asteroids, comets, and other natural objects. These bodies are typically composed of various materials, such as rock, ice, gas, and dust, and they vary greatly in size, shape, and composition. Three of the most important astronomical objects for humans include the sun, moon, and Earth.
Your students may be asking questions such as,
- In what way is the moon similar to the Earth?
- How are the Earth, moon, and sun different from each other?
If your students are eager to learn about the sun, moon, and Earth, you have come to the right place! Teach Starter has developed a 22-slide presentation that will help your students identify and compare the physical characteristics of the sun, Earth, and moon.
Students will learn about the following:
- And more interesting facts!
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