The Sun and The Planets

This book was made as a follow up to our space unit. - The students filled in the blanks on each page (answers at the end) - The students colored the planets on the last page. Cut them out and glued them in each box to make a tab. - I added construction paper to the front and back and let them decorate with stars and other pictures. Font: Lettering Delights-LD Elementary Graphics: Made by: Laura Starnes For personal use in the classroom/ home school setting. Not for sale/resale. Please link back!



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It is very ____. The planets ____

the ___.

Mercury is ___ in the day and ____

at night. Mercury is _____. It has no ______.

Venus has thick ______. The clouds have

____ in them.

I live on _______. It has mostly _____ on it.

We have a _____. It ______ Earth.

Mars is called the ___ Planet. It is mostly ____

desert with craters, canyons and ____.

Jupiter is the ______ planet. It has ___ moons.

It has a big ____ that is a big ____.

Saturn has _____ made of ____. It is the lightest

_____. It spins really ____.

Uranus has ___ moons. It has ____ and ____ clouds.

It was the ____ to be seen by telescope.

Neptune has ___ moons and ___ rings. It has ____ clouds

mixed with _____ clouds covering it.

Answers: Sun: sun, star, hot, orbit, sun Mercury: hot, cold, rocky, water Venus: clouds, acid Earth: Earth, water, moon, orbits Mars: Red, dry, volcanoes Jupiter: biggest, 16, spot, storm Saturn: rings, ice, planet, fast Uranus: 15, blue, green, first Neptune: 8, 4, blue, white

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