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Earth Moon And Sun

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Earth, moon, sun... orbits, movements, effects..

Earth, moon, sun... orbits, movements, effects..

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  • 1. Earth, Sun and Moon T “ Use diagrams and text to show what the Sun, the Earth and the Moon would look like to a person standing on Mars.”
  • 2. Vocabulary Earth Moon Sphere Revolve Orbit Spin Rotate Axis Sunrise Sunset North South East West Our home planet The Earth’s satellite A round object, like a ball To go around a point To travel around another body To go around a point To turn on an axis/centre, like a playground roundabout A fixed point which an object spins round The time of day when the sun “comes up” The time of day when the sun “goes down” A point on the compass A point on the compass A point on the compass A point on the compass V
  • 3. What shape are the Earth, the Sun and the Moon? The Earth The Moon The Sun D
  • 4. What shape are the Earth, the Sun and the Moon? D
  • 5. The sizes of the Earth, the Sun and the Moon Moon Earth Sun D The moon is about ¼ the size of the Earth. The sun is about 110 times bigger than the Earth!
  • 6. The sizes of the Earth, the Sun and the Moon The moon orbits the Earth The Earth orbits the sun D
  • 7. The Moving Sun Light Rays Shadow D
  • 8. The Moving Sun D The sun rises in the morning The sun sets in the evening It is at its highest at midday
  • 9. Night and Day Light Day Night D
  • 10. The Rising and Setting Sun WEST EAST D The sun sets in the west The sun rises in the east
  • 11. Sunrise and Sunset Times “ Use the data in the table to plot a bar chart showing sunrise and sunset times. See the example if you are unsure how to present your work.” A Date Sunrise Sunset 1 st January 08:15 16:00 1 st February 07:45 17:00 1 st March 07:00 17:45 1 st April 05:45 18:45 1 st May 04:30 19:30 1 st June 04:00 20:15 1 st July 03:45 20:30 1 st August 04:30 20:00 1 st September 05:15 19:00 1 st October 06:15 17:45 1 st November 07:00 16:45 1 st December 08:00 16:00
  • 12. Sunrise and Sunset times: Example graph A
  • 13. Orbits The moon orbits the Earth It takes 28 days to orbit the Earth once D
  • 14. Orbits The Earth orbits the sun It takes 1 year to orbit the sun once D
  • 15. The Shape of the Moon Sunlight D These pictures show how the moon would look from the earth These pictures show where the sunlight hits the moon
  • 16. Summary S Larger than moon, smaller than sun spherical Sets in the West Rises in the East much larger than Earth spherical appears to move Sun Earth the sun on axis once every 24 hours night & day Once every 365 days year spherical about ¼ the size of Earth takes 28 days appears to change shape orbits spins orbits Earth Moon Earth, Sun and Moon