This page introduces us to our solar system and the things that are in it. All the planets circle the Sun. Even we on Earth are circling the sun right now. Including Earth, there are nine planets circling the Sun. This page will introduce us to the Sun and the planets of our Solar System.
|This website is NASA's website for kids.
Everything here is made for kids to explore and learn about space.
|This site is about our solar system
and presents the planets in a view of how they might look as
people. Each planet has its own link to a page. Take a Look!
|HHow would you like to learn more
about our solar system? This site might be just the one for
you. This site offers kids a chance to see different parts of the
|This Star Child site explores all
the parts of the solar system. It has great links to information
about the different parts of the solar system.
|This Kids Astronomy page provides
an excellent link to many facts about Earth. Each part of this
page offers a new insight into our planet Earth.
|This Kids Astronomy page is all
about the moon. How does the moon affect the Earth? Find
|Did you know that sometimes the
Earth is called the Water Planet? Why would that be. Check
out this StarChild website to discover why.
|This Fact Monster page gives us
very useful information about our moon. If you plan to watch our
moon anytime soon this may be an excellent site for you.
|This Science page at Fact Monster
if full of pages about the stars and the planets. This site
offers numerous useful pages of information.
|This page from World Almanac for Kids offers many
aspects of the solar system. It also includes the parts that make
up our system.
Congratulations!!! Your the world's youngest Astronaut. Because of such an honor you are going on a special mission to a planet of your choosing. Your Mission is to land on this very useful page that will guide you in discovering things about a planet of your choice.
1. You will successfully navigate to the Planets using this link, PLANETS, and choose your mission planet.
2. After choosing the planet veiw all you can about the exterior of this planet.
3. On your data recorder, crayons and paper, draw for us an image of what you might see.
4. Return from your exploration.
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