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Here is a powerpoint presentation that I would show to my 5th grade science class about the solar system.

Here is a powerpoint presentation that I would show to my 5th grade science class about the solar system.

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      • One Sun
      • Eight Planets
      • About 146 moons
      • Vast amounts of: asteroids, comets, and, stars.
      • The sun is the center of our solar system.
      • The sun is a large ball of hot, glowing, gases.
      • Closest planet to the sun.
      • Smallest planet in our solar system.
      • Also known as a dwarf planet.
      • Second planet from the sun.
      • Contains thick and poisonous air.
      • Second brightest object in the sky.
      • (moon is number one)
      • Third planet from the sun.
      • Our home.
      • Fifth largest planet in our solar system.
      • Fourth planet from the sun
      • Mars is rocky, dusty, and dry.
      • Is also known as the “Red Planet.”
      • Fifth Planet from the sun.
      • Jupiter has a bright red spot that is three times the size of Earth.
      • Jupiter has 50 moons.
      • Sixth planet from the sun.
      • Saturn has many rings made of ice and rock.
      • Saturn has about 53 moons.
      • Seventh planet from the sun.
      • Seasons on Uranus last more than 20 years.
      • Math is used to predict what Uranus is like.
      • Eighth planet from the sun.
      • About 60 Earths could fit in Neptune.
      • Windiest planet in our solar system.
      • Ninth Planet from the sun.
      • Very cold and icy.
      • Hard to study Pluto.
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      • (NASA-GSFC), NASA. earth_from_space.jpg. 11.07.2002. Pics4Learning. 27 Feb. 2010 http://pics.tech4learning.com
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      • NASA. jupiter_gany.jpg. . Pics4Learning. 27 Feb. 2010 http://pics.tech4learning.com
      • NASA. saturn1.jpg. . Pics4Learning. 27 Feb. 2010 http://pics.tech4learning.com
      • NASA. uranus.jpg. . Pics4Learning. 27 Feb. 2010 <http://pics.tech4learning.com
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