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The solar system
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The solar system

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This presentation is created for a second grade Primary class. Children love to see the size and colours of the planets, and also learning interesting facts such as the origin of the planets names.

This presentation is created for a second grade Primary class. Children love to see the size and colours of the planets, and also learning interesting facts such as the origin of the planets names.

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  • 1. THE SOLAR SYSTEM Science 2
  • 2. Our Solar system  We live on the surface of the Earth. The Earth is one of eight planets that orbit around a big star we call the Sun.
  • 3. The Planets
  • 4. The Planets A planet is a celestial body orbiting a star. The names of the eight planets in our Solar System are:  Mercury  Venus  Earth  Mars  Jupiter  Saturn  Uranus  Neptune
  • 5. Orbits  Orbits are the circular movements the planets describe around the sun. The closer the planet is to the sun, the faster it moves.  The Earth takes exactly one year to describe an orbit around the sun.  The rest of the planets spend more or less time to travel round the sun.  They are named after Roman gods.
  • 6. Mercury  It is the closest planet to the sun.  It is made of rock  It is very small  It travels faster than all the others, so it was named after the messenger god.  Planets
  • 7. Venus  It is the second planet from the sun.  It’s very hot and it’s got a toxic atmosphere  It’s the same size as the Earth  You can see it at dawn and it looks so beautiful that was named after the godess of beauty  Planets
  • 8. Earth  It is our planet, the only we know having living things.  It is covered by water, land and air.  The temperature is mild  It has a satellite called the Moon  Planets
  • 9. Mars  It is made of rock, frozen ground and iron  It is half the size of Earth  Scientist believe there is ice (water) on the poles.  It is red, so it was named after the god of war.  Planets
  • 10. Jupiter  It is the biggest planet in our Solar System  It is made of gases, and there are huge storms on its surface  It has more than 16 moons around it.  As it is the biggest one, it was named after the king of gods  Planets
  • 11. Saturn  It is made of gas, and its beautiful rings are made of ice and rocks  It has more than 30 satellites  As it is so far from the Sun, it takes a lot of time to orbit, so it was named after the god of time  Planets
  • 12. Uranus  It is another of the four cold giant gas planets  It is made of frozen gas and ice  It is blue, so it was named after the god of the sky  Planets
  • 13. Neptune  It is the eighth planet from the sun.  It is very big, made of light gases  It has eight satellites  It has a color similar to the ocean, so it was named after the god of the seas.  Planets
  • 14. Pluto  It is not considered to be a planet anymore, as it hasn’t got a normal orbit  It is very small and cold and it is made of rock  As it is so very far from the sun, it was named after the god of death  Planets
  • 15. The Sun  The Sun is our star. All planets in our solar system orbit around it, including the Earth.  The Sun is an enormous mass of very hot gases (Helium and Hydrogen) in continuous explosion  These nuclear explosions give light and heath to the Earth, so that life can be possible.  Never look direclty at the Sun or it might blind you!
  • 16. The Sun
  • 17. GLOSSARY Celestial body: Any astronomical object existing in outter space. Orbit: Circular movement almost all the celestial bodies describe around a bigger one Planet: Celestial body which orbits around a star Satellite: Celestial body which orbits around a planet. The Moon is the Earth’s satellite.

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