Lessons for Planets

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  • Modeling the Solar System - … groups and assign one planet per group Distribute photographs of the planets. Have students read information about their planet and prepare a short … on each planet using the relative gravities. Part 3. Modeling Planet Density and Composition A) Calculate planet density of each planet using the formula … size of the planet. This represents the planet's surface. For the smaller planets use a compass. For the giant planets use the pencil …
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  • CONNECTIONS: Astronomy, Mythology, and Music (Grade 3) - … Sun book on each planet's page. 7. Name a planet next to *Mars. Answer: The order of planets is: Mercury, Venus, Earth … planet from the Sun. Name and number each planet, starting with the planet closest to the Sun? (9 points: One point for each planet … on Mars. Name a planet next to Saturn. Answer: The order of planets is: Which composer wrote The Planets Suite more than 90 … , the Earth is the third planet from the Sun. Name and number each planet, starting with the planet closest to the Sun? (9 …
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  • Exploring Our Solar System - … the nine planets through literature. b. The students will complete their planet book with important facts about each of the planets in our … ? (constellation) e. Which planet is the largest? (Jupiter) f. Which planet is known as the red planet? (Mars) g. Which planet is closest to the sun? (Mercury) h. Which planet has lots …
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  • Our Solar System - … ____ planet. (Red) b. Mars is the ____ planet in the solar system. (Fourth) c. Is Mars a rocky planet or a gaseous planetPlanet Report Name ____ Our report is about the planet ____. The planet is ____ miles from the Sun. ____ is the ____ planet from the Sun. This planet is ____ in color. This planet has ____moons. It takes ____ for the planet to orbit …
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  • Astronomy - … of the Planets 1. List the four inner planets. 2. Why are they called the inner planets? 3. What are these planets mostly made of? 4. List the five outer planets. 5. What are these planets called? 6. Which planet is the largest? 7. Which planet
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  • Our Solar System - … prompt you to download. Our Solar System Rubric.htm Planet Assessment.doc Planet Questionnaires.doc Our Solar System.ppt Assessment Strategies: Our … prompt you to download. Our Solar System Rubric.htm Planet Assessment.doc Planet Questionnaires.doc Our Solar System.ppt Attachments:* Some files … you to download.Attachments:Our Solar System Rubric.htm Planet Assessment.doc Planet Questionnaires.doc Our Solar System.ppt Our Solar System …
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  • Planet Impactn - … its acceleration near the planet. Since we are keeping the mass of the planet and the distance from the planet (expressed as the … large gravitational force that the comet slammed into the planet. Extensions to Planet Impact! Comet Cratering Students will discover what happens when comets or asteroids hit the surface of a Jovian planet and a terrestrial planet/moon. Using marbles of different sizes, they will …
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  • How Do Atmospheres Affect Planetary Temperatures? - … that the atmosphere of a planet plays a role in maintaining the surface temperature of the planet. Planets with atmospheres have higher temperatures … when it hits the surface of the planet? What happens to the planet? Why does the planet eventually reach an equilibrium temperature? In … bills towards the planet. (A total of 200 units reaching the planet). When the student acting as the planet's surface receives these …
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  • Nine Around the Sun - … comparisons between planets. 2. Begin discussion of planet placement from the sun. Ask inquiry questions, such as What keeps the planets in their … spinning motion causes centrifugal force that is pushing the planet outward. The planets orbit is the exact spot where the gravitational pull … . Day 7 1. Review planet characteristics by asking each planet group to tell five facts about their planet. Orally review gravitational pulls and …
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  • Try This on for Size! - … of our solar system core - innermost center of a planet terrestrial planets - planets with a mostly metal core, Earth-like size and composition … define the meaning of terrestrial planet. Discuss which planets are considered to be terrestrial planets. How are terrestrial planets like Earth? (Show the students the man-made satellite orbiting the planet
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