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Solar System Theme Units

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  • [created with abctools] Unscramble the words from "astronaut" to "Uranus".
  • Use the graph to illustrate the data you have collected on the Solar System. Choose categories (ex. size, shape) and fill in the graph accordingly.
  • You know what you weigh on Earth (even if it doesn't make you happy!!)--but what would you weigh on Mars? on Pluto? Students combine science and math in this fun gravity lab.
  • "Words that come to mind when I think about..." This page features a thought bubble waiting to be filled with on-topic words. Great for kicking off a new unit.
  • [member-created with abctools] Find the alien-theme words from "alien" to "win" in this rocket-shaped word search.
  • Booklet format, for students to write a short report on the moon.
  • Booklet format, for students to write a short report on the moon.
  • Booklet format, for students to write a short report on the solar system.
  • Booklet format, for students to write a short report on the stars.
  • Booklet format for students to record what they Know, what they Want to know, and what they have Learned about Earth.
  • Booklet format for students to record what they Know, what they Want to know, and what they have Learned about the moon.
  • Booklet format for students to record what they Know, what they Want to know, and what they have Learned about the moon.
  • Booklet format for students to record what they Know, what they Want to know, and what they have Learned about stars.
  • Booklet format for students to record what they Know, what they Want to know, and what they have Learned about the stars.
  • "In August 2006, the International Astronomical Union (IAU) redefined the word planet. As a result, Pluto-formerly the ninth planet-is now classified as a dwarf planet." Six writing prompts, featuring persuasive writing and creative writing.
  • One of six writing prompts from our member site on Pluto's status as a dwarf planet.
  • To use this four-page poster: print the pages, fold the edges, then glue or tape together along the edges. Laminate the poster for longer use.
  • To use this informative four-page poster of the phases of the moon: print the pages, fold the edges, then glue or tape together along the edges. Laminate the poster for longer use.
  • To use this informative four-page poster of the phases of the moon and the lunar eclipse, including diagrams: print the pages, fold the edges, then glue or tape together along the edges. Laminate the poster for longer use.
  • To use this informative two-page banner showing the phases of a lunar eclipse: print the pages, fold the edges, then glue or tape together along the edges. Laminate the banner for longer use.
  • Unscramble the words, from ASTRONOMERS to STARS.
  • Find the words, from ASTRONOMER to STARS, in this telescope-shaped word search.
  • Each night observe the moon and draw a picture of what you see.
  • Use this form to organize Know, Want to know, and Learned material about the solar system.
  • Use this form to write a report on a famous astronaut.
  • A cardboard tube and some construction paper, and you can see the Big Dipper through your "telescope"-- this is a cute and easy craft.
  • Color this picture of a rocket or trace and cut out to make a shapebook.
  • Ordinal numbers, word problems, graphing and more in this "outer planet" themed set of nine worksheets.

  • Web and Venn diagrams, report planner, report forms, acrostic.
  • Use this form to organize Know, Want to know, and Learned material about the solar system.
  • Trace and cut out the lined planet pattern for a great student shapebook.
  • Trace and cut out the lined rocket pattern for a great student shapebook.
  • [member-created using abctools] Trace and cut out. This rocket-shaped shapebook has a prompt for students to answer about "If I Lived on the Moon."
  • Booklet format, for students to write a short report on Earth.
  • Booklet format for students to record what they Know, what they Want to know, and what they have Learned about Earth.
  • Booklet format for students to record what they Know, what they Want to know, and what they have Learned about the solar system.
  • Four identical handy reference bookmarks that illustrate all eight planets and their approximate distance (in miles) from the sun.
  • Four identical handy reference bookmarks that illustrate all eight planets and their approximate distance (in miles) from the sun.
  • To use this informative four-page banner of solar system from the sun to Pluto: print the pages, fold the edges, then glue or tape together along the edges. Laminate the banner for longer use.

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