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Our Solar System(by Gabriel Vara Pérez)

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The 6th graders have explained the Solar System in English.

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Our Solar System(by Gabriel Vara Pérez)

  1. 1. In this paper I present some of the many details of the Solar system
  2. 2. There are eight planets in our solar system: Mercury, Venus, the Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune. We live on the Earth The planets in the solar system
  3. 4. Aquí poner imagen de mercury
  4. 5. Aquí poner imagen del planeta
  5. 6. Aquí poner imagen del planeta Aquí poner imagen del planeta
  6. 7. Aquí poner imagen del planeta Aquí poner imagen del planeta
  7. 8. Aquí poner imagen del planeta Aquí poner imagen del planeta
  8. 9. Aquí poner imagen del planeta Aquí poner imagen del planeta
  9. 10. Aquí poner imagen del planeta Aquí poner imagen del planeta
  10. 11. Aquí poner imagen del planeta Aquí poner imagen del planeta
  11. 12. Aquí poner imagen del sol
  12. 13. The sun isn´t a planet. It´s an enormous start. The planets go around the sun.
  13. 14. The Earth takes 365 days to go around The sun. The Earth is the only planet In our solar system with life, because There is oxygen.
  14. 15. PLANETS FACTS *Mercury is the nearest planet to the sun , It is also the smallest planet. *Mars is the nearest planet to the Earth. There are desert and canyons on Mars And also craters. Mars is called the red Planet. *Venus is the hottest .There are thick Clouds around Venus
  15. 16. PLANETS FACTS *Neptune is the coldest planet, because it is very far From the sun. *Jupiter is the biggest planet. It´s eleven times bigger Than the Earth.
  16. 18. The asteroid belt is a region of the solar system falling roughly between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter. Home to many irregular objects called asteroids or minor planets.
  17. 20. This northern constellation is as distinctive feature of "M" or "W ". Being so easy to recognize is used to find the north when the Little Dipper is not visible.

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