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My Planet (insert the name of your planet) (insert a picture of your planet)
Name Insert a picture illustrating where the name of your planet comes from Explain the origin of the name of your planet
Location Insert a picture illustrating the location of your planet in relation to other planets in the solar system Say where your planet is Say how far your planet is from the Sun
Atmosphere Insert a picture illustrating the atmosphere of your planet Say what the atmosphere of your planet is made up of
Temperature Insert a picture illustrating the temperature on your planet Say what the range of temperatures is on your planet
Make up Insert a picture illustrating what your planet is made up of Say what your planet is made up of
Extra information Insert an illustration for any extra information you can find about your planet Present any interesting additional things you found about your planet
SPACE AND BEYOND. Did you know that our Earth is moving every second? Did you know that there are many planets far away? If you didnt know this, then.
______s Room Budget Created by:. My New Room I plan on purchasing _____ items for $ ____________.
PLUTO BY: CAMERAN W. TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Title 2. Table of Contents 3. What do scientists think the surface of your planet is like? What is the atmosphere.
By Mia H. 1.Tile, and student name as subtitle 2.Table of contents 3.What do scientists think the surface is like on Saturn. What is the atmosphere on.
The Sun Current Age (and predicted lifetime) Mass (kg and also Earth Masses) Size (radius in m and Earth radii) Surface Temperature (in Kelvin) Chemical.
Virtual Solar System Name_________. Planet #1 Diameter (km) Mass (kg) Period of Rotation Period of Revolution Avg. Distance from Sun (km)
Solar Energy On how the Sun emits energy as radiation, and how the Earth receives it.
By Aoife Mc Govern. Mercury is the closet planet to the sun in the solar system. This rocky dry planet has almost no atmosphere. Mercury has a very elliptical.
The sun is in the center of it all. All 9 planets revolve around the sun in a circular motion. The sun is not another planet, it is actually a star. The.
Mercury Venus Earth Mars Jupiter Saturn Uranus Neptune Pluto Solar System Radius= light years An arrow where the tenth planet is and maybe how small.
The Earth and Other Planets A WebQuest for 4 th Grade Science Designed by Allyson Ross Introduction Task Process Evaluation Conclusion.
Table of Contents 1. Title 2. Table of Contents 3. What do scientists think the surface of Venus is like? & What is the atmosphere like on your planet?
BY : TESS R. JUPITER TABLE OF CONTENTS 1 Title 2 Table of contents 3 What do scientists think the surface of Jupiter is like? & What is the atmosphere.
Introduction to Climate Prediction Find out what happens to radiation from the Sun when it gets to the Earth, and what this means for the planet’s temperature.
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.
Table of Contents 1. Title 2.Table of Contents 3. What do scientists think the surface of Saturn is like? What is the atmosphere like on Saturn? 4.
By: Lila H. 1.Title page 2.Table of contents 3.What do scientists think the surface of Uranus is like? And what is the atmosphere like on Uranus? 4.What.
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.
The Outer Planets “Gas Giants” AKA: Jovine Planets.
Allison Mrs. Mitchell 4th Grade
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