Group 1
The Sun, The Moon, and Earth
First Stop:
The Sun
1. The sun is
a big star.
2. The sun is
a hot ball
of gas.
3. The sun
could fill
more than
a millions
...
The sun
4.The sun is
about
10,000
degrees F.
5.The sun is
92,955,820
miles from
earth.
Earth
1. Earth is the
only planet
known to have
life.
2. Earth is the
third planet
from the sun.
3. Earth is the
fifth lar...
Earth page 2
4. Earth’s
year is 365
days, 6
hours, and
16
minutes.
5. Earth is
made up
of air,
water,
and land.
The Moon
1. The moon is
about 238,900
miles away from
the earth.
2. The moon
rotates around
the earth once
every 27.3 days...
Moon page 2
4. The gravity
of the
moon is 1/6
of what
the earth’s
gravity is.
5. The moon
is four
times
smaller
than earth.
Done by: Miss Hunt
Credits:
Microsoft clip art
Google Images
science.nationalgeographic.com
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  1. 1. Group 1 The Sun, The Moon, and Earth
  2. 2. First Stop: The Sun 1. The sun is a big star. 2. The sun is a hot ball of gas. 3. The sun could fill more than a millions earths in it.
  3. 3. The sun 4.The sun is about 10,000 degrees F. 5.The sun is 92,955,820 miles from earth.
  4. 4. Earth 1. Earth is the only planet known to have life. 2. Earth is the third planet from the sun. 3. Earth is the fifth largest planet.
  5. 5. Earth page 2 4. Earth’s year is 365 days, 6 hours, and 16 minutes. 5. Earth is made up of air, water, and land.
  6. 6. The Moon 1. The moon is about 238,900 miles away from the earth. 2. The moon rotates around the earth once every 27.3 days. 3. The moon orbits the earth at about 2,300 mph.
  7. 7. Moon page 2 4. The gravity of the moon is 1/6 of what the earth’s gravity is. 5. The moon is four times smaller than earth.
  8. 8. Done by: Miss Hunt Credits: Microsoft clip art Google Images science.nationalgeographic.com
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