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Group Names PD Planet Name
Utopian History What Worked: Still Dreaming: What Didn’t Work:
General Description Star: Distance from the Star: Type of Planet: Diameter of Planet: Mass of Planet: Tilt of Axis: Rotation: Revolution:
General Description Gravity Atmosphere Moon(s): Average Temperature: Seasons: Weather:
Landscape What does your landscape look like? What is it made up of? Pictures
Water Do you have water on your planet? What form of water exists on your planet? How much water do you have?
LIVING ORGANISMS List 6 different types organisms that live on your planet. Tell us something about each. Picture if possible Lionroo – Herbivore
Government Why does your planet need government? What purposes (functions) will your government serve?
Type of Government What type of government does your planet have? Describe the structure of the government. Why is this type the best? Why is better than other types?
Government Power Who will be in charge of the government? How will the people who are in charge be selected for their position of power?
Law Who will make the laws for the planet? What goals will these laws accomplish?
Laws for **insert planet name** List the types of laws your government will create for the planet. Provide specific examples.
Education System Describe your educational system – do not put all info on the slide – just highlight the main points.
Family Life Marriage? Kids? Family Laws?
Unique Features What is it? (You may pick up to 3) What is it’s purpose?
Planet Harbreck MRS. BRAUER MRS. BECK MISS HARWOOD.
Name of Planet Your name Your planet’s symbol A picture of your planet.
Name of Planet You and Your Partner’s Names Period Provide a caption for each image. Ex: This is a compilation image showing the seasons on Saturn. The.
My Planet Add planet name here. ______ planet from the sun Write a statement here about the number in line that your planet is from the sun.
A Presentation by the _________ Crew _____, _______, _______, _________ ______________________________.
Insert names of Presenters. Remember: Your goal is to convince people that they need to travel to different planets in the solar system by using your.
HOW TO WRITE A REPORT ON THE SOLAR SYSTEM WHEN YOU WRITE A REPORT, TRY TO ANSWER AS MANY OF THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS AS YOU CAN:
Name of planet Presentation created by: group members names *Make sure you change fonts, backgrounds, animation, and graphics at the END!
The Earth and the Moon TEKS 5.12C. How the Earth and Moon are the Same.
Planet Research Coulter.
Virtual Solar System Name_________. Planet #1 Diameter (km) Mass (kg) Period of Rotation Period of Revolution Avg. Distance from Sun (km)
Stars, Suns, and Moons. A spherical object in space made up of Hydrogen, Helium (or other gases), and that gives off its own light is called a A: moon.
Mars Zikiyra Williams, Gabe Arnisto, and Tyler Fisher.
Uranus Amani Sunjae Jalian 2.9 billion km Distance from the Sun.
Pluto Mr. Skieens.
The planets of the Milky Way Galaxy This is page 58 in your notebook!
The Sun, Earth & Moon By: Benjamin Castro. Sun Facts * The Suns size is 870,000 Miles in diameter *The Sun is made of mostly hydrogen and helium *The.
Name of Planet Your Name Period Provide a caption for each image. Ex: This is a compilation image showing the seasons on Saturn. The images were taken.
1 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt Moon.
Your name. SPACE On the following slides there are questions about the planet you are researching. They are a guide to the information you will need.
Vocabulary Presentation Project On the following slides: -Picture of the key term -Meaning of the key term -Interesting fact about the key term - Please.
Earth, Moon & Sun Relationship. Earth and Sun Relationship Earth completes one revolution around the sun every 365 ¼ days. Revolution – the time it takes.
Chapter 2 Section 1 The Earth Inside and Out. Solar System ► The Solar system is the sun and the group of bodies that revolve around it. ► Almost all.
By Sydney and Emma Kate. The surface of the moon features a huge number of impact craters The surface of the moon features a huge number of impact craters.
Welcome to... A Game of X’s and O’s
The Sun, Earth and Moon.
Warm Up 1.Think about how the weather changes throughout the year (from January to December). Describe in complete sentences or draw detailed pictures.
BY MAKENZIE LYNN PALMER. The size of the Moon is about 3,476 KM. The size of Earth is about 12,742 KM.
By Tayla & Jessamy. Who Discovered Pluto? Percivul Lowel.
Prepare for your quiz First, get out your homework from Friday: Barycenter lab worksheet and your lab write-up. Put your name on these sheets and hand.
The Sun And The Earth And The Moon The Planets Potpourri.
The Earth, Sun, and Moon By : Josh Goings and Caleb lamm.
The Earth’s Orbit ES 2: I can explain that Earth is one of several planets to orbit (revolve and circle) the sun, and that the moon orbits Earth.
Moon and earth By;noel grace. gravity Moon m/s2 Earth 9.78 m/s.
Jupiter Shirley Mrs. Bradley 3 rd Grade. Jupiter Distance from the sun: 483 million miles Distance from the sun: 483 million miles Rotation (1 day): Rotation.
Mercury Dylan Mrs. Bradley 3 rd Grade. Mercury Distance from the sun: 36 million miles Rotation (1 day): 59 Earth days and 16 hours Revolution (1year):
You and Your Partner’s Names Period
By: Brooke Moger & Camdyn Carothers. SIZE M oon: The moons diameter is 3,475 km Earth : The Earths diameter across is 12,756 km S un: THE suns length.
Our Eight Planets? In our solar system we have eight planets. Those eight planets are called, Pluto, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Venus, mercury, Neptune,
Do Now 1. What is the big bang theory? 2. What is some evidence to support the big bang theory? 3. What is a red shift and what does that tell us about.
Mercury By: Miranda Albany. Mercury’s symbol Mercury’s history on its name Mercury’s name is originated from a roman god like most of the planets. The.
Earth, Sun, and Moon By: Shannon Cook and Elissa Davis.
Moon The Moon is the Earth’s only natural satellite and was formed 4.6 billion years ago around some million years after the formation of the solar.
Planet Neptune By: Diamond-Charlay.
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