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Our Solar System! (Coloring Page)
Here's a coloring page to introduce a lesson on astronomy and the solar system.
Grade: Pre-K-3, Subject: Science, Topic: Astronomy and Space
Exploring Our Solar System Activities! (Learning Activity)
This activity reproducible is full of great stargazing activities. Learn the planets of the solar system and facts about our sun and moon with...
Grade: Pre-K-3, Subject: Science, Topic: Astronomy and Space
Solar System Bingo! (Bingo Card)
Celebrate the planet Mars by declaring the day "Martian Mania Day!" This booklet includes lots of fun - and sometimes goofy - activities to...
Grade: Pre-K-3, Subject: Science, Topic: Astronomy and Space
Solar System Mobile (Cut and Paste)
You can make a variety of mobiles with these planet patterns. Each child might wish to make their own, or you could simply arrange the planets...
Grade: Pre-K-3, Subject: Science, Topic: Astronomy and Space
Solar System Graphics (Clip Art)
Enhance your science center with these cute solar system graphics by reproducing them on construction paper or tagboard. Laminate them for extra...
Grade: Pre-K-4, Subject: Science, Holidays and Seasonal Themes, Topic: Astronomy and Space, Seasonal Themes
Our Solar System: Nonfiction Read & Write Booklet (Worksheet)
Students learn the facts about our solar system while they personalize this nonfiction read-and-write booklet!
Grade: 2-3, Subject: Reading, Language Arts, Science, Topic: Content Area Reading, Writing, Astronomy and Space
Solar System: Essential Questions for Science (Worksheet)
Our vast solar system is a collection of interacting bodies that behave according to the principles of gravity. Students will tap their imaginations..
Grade: 4-8, Subject: Science, Professional Development, Topic: Astronomy and Space, Teacher Tips and Strategies
Our Solar System: Reference Page for Students (Classroom Organizer, Chart)
Laminate this sheet and display in your science center. Duplicate on card stock paper as an individual student reference guide. Add to students'
Grade: 1-4, Subject: Science, Topic: Astronomy and Space
Discover the Planets (Worksheet)
This chart of planets in the solar system includes their distance from the sun and relative size. Have students use it as a reference for making...
Grade: K-2, Subject: Science, Topic: Astronomy and Space
Plotting Coordinates: Solar System (Worksheet)
Students determine equivalent fractions, then plot coordinates on a graph to form a picture.
Grade: Grade 6, Subject: Math, Topic: Charts and Graphs, Fractions and Decimals
Our Solar System: Writing a Passage in Cursive (Worksheet)
Students practice writing a passage in cursive. Passage and primary practice lines are provided.
Grade: 2-4, Subject: Language Arts, Topic: Writing
My Space Book! (Illustration)
Let your students color and personalize this book cover- then get them to fill the books pages with an imaginative space-themed creative writing...
Grade: Pre-K-3, Subject: Science, Topic: Astronomy and Space
Some Like It Hot, Some Like It Cold: Beginning Reader Science Play (Play)
Divide your class into ten groups and assign one planet or the sun to each group. Ask each group to find information about the appearance of...
Grade: 1-2, Subject: Science, Topic: Astronomy and Space
Star Puzzle (Cut and Paste)
Here's a great way to practice multiplication tables using astronomy-themed puzzles.
Grade: Pre-K-3, Subject: Science, Topic: Astronomy and Space
Astronaut Wheel (Cut and Paste)
Children will love learning multiplication tables or spelling words with this astronaut wheel.
Grade: Pre-K-3, Subject: Science, Topic: Astronomy and Space
Out Of This World Award! (Award)
Need a space-aged award for an out-of-this-world student? Look no further than this achievement award.
Grade: Pre-K-3, Subject: Science, Topic: Astronomy and Space
The Rocky Planets (Lesson Plan)
Mercury, Venus, Earth, and Mars are commonly called the "rocky planets." They are the four planets closest to the Sun and share a few features...
Grade: 1-3, Subject: Science, Topic: Astronomy and Space
Space Fun! (Learning Activity)
This reproducible includes fun astronomy-themed activities, as well as an answer key.
Grade: Pre-K-3, Subject: Science, Topic: Astronomy and Space
Love Our Planet Smiling Earth (Clip Art)
This cute, smiling earth image is perfect as the centerpiece on your Earth Day display, or as the cover for a class book.
Grade: Pre-K-5, Subject: Holidays and Seasonal Themes, Science, Topic: Theme Days, Weeks, Months, Astronomy and Space
Love Our Planet Big Hug Earth (Clip Art)
Give the earth a "hug" for Earth Day! This irresistible image of the earth with arms wide open will engage and entertain them.
Grade: Pre-K-5, Subject: Holidays and Seasonal Themes, Science, Topic: Theme Days, Weeks, Months, Astronomy and Space
Blast Off!: Activity Page - Science Vocabulary (Worksheet, Assessment Form)
Practice using research skills to complete a word puzzle using science vocabulary about the solar system.
Grade: 3-6, Subject: Language Arts, Reading, Science, Topic: Research Skills, Vocabulary, Astronomy and Space
Space: Stationery (With or Without Lines) (Stationery, Classroom Organizer)
Here's an interesting outer space border format for research reports on the solar system or creative writing about space travel or aliens.
Grade: 3-7, Subject: Language Arts, Science, Topic: Writing, Astronomy and Space, Science through Literature
Outer Space 1 (Clip Art)
Add this to your classroom display studying space and astronaut travel.
Grade: Pre-K-3, Subject: Science, Topic: Astronomy and Space
Outer Space 2 (Clip Art)
Add this to your classroom display studying space and astronaut travel.
Grade: Pre-K-3, Subject: Science, Topic: Astronomy and Space

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