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Planets on Parade. Our Solar System Presented by Lisa Haws. How many planets are in our solar system?. Jupiter. Venus. Saturn. Mercury. Earth. Uranus. Mars. Neptune. Pluto. The Sun. Biggest star in the Solar System Gives heat and light to every planet in our solar system

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Planets on Parade

Our Solar System

Presented by

Lisa Haws


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How many planets are in our solar system?

  • Jupiter

  • Venus

  • Saturn

Mercury

  • Earth

  • Uranus

  • Mars

  • Neptune

  • Pluto


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The Sun

  • Biggest star in the Solar System

  • Gives heat and light to every planet in our solar system

  • If you could drive to the sun in your family car, it would take 150 years to get there!


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Mercury

  • Closest to the sun

  • After Pluto, the smallest planet

  • One day on Mercury is 59 Earth days!


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Venus

  • Second planet from the sun

  • Called the Morning Star or the Evening Star

  • One of Earth’s neighbors


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Earth

  • Third planet from the sun

  • One moon

  • Only planet where we know there is life!


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Mars

  • The Red Planet

  • Named after the Roman god of war

  • Very cold!


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Jupiter

  • Largest planet in our solar system

  • Made of whirling gases

  • Home of the Great Red Spot


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Saturn

  • Beautiful rings made of ice, rock and dust

  • 22 moons

  • Made of gas; so light it floats!


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Uranus

  • Tipped on its side

  • 15 moons and 10 rings

  • Smaller than Saturn and Jupiter


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Neptune

  • A stormy, windy planet

  • Faint rings and eight moons

  • Very cloudy


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Pluto

  • Smallest planet

  • Hard, rocky and icy

  • Trades places with Neptune


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Asteroid Belt

  • Between Mars and Jupiter

  • Chunks of rocks circling the sun

  • Separates rocky planets from gas planets


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What would you like to do now?

Take the quiz.

Watch the presentation again.

3. Quit this presentation


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1.Why is the sun important?

It is the biggest planet in our solar system.

It is the biggest star in our solar system.

It gives heat and light to every planet in

our solar system.

It makes our solar system pretty.


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That is correct!Good job!


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2. How many moons does the Earth have?

It has two moons.

It has no moons.

It has one moon.

It has three moons.


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That is correct!Good job!


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3. Which planet is the largest one in our Solar System?

The sun.

Mars.

Jupiter.

Mercury.


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That is correct!Good job!


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That is not correct.

Try again…


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THE END


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