Have you ever noticed how the night sky looks different every single day? This is because we are constantly moving in space so our view changes.
Do you know how many planets in our Solar System have rings? Or how many have moons? Learn some interesting facts about the planets in our Solar System with these free printable posters!
How are living things connected? What do they need to survive? Can we find clues in the Solar System that help us find out why there is life on Earth?
Complete this quiz to discover what makes our planet so special!
You may know that Jupiter is the largest planet in the Solar System, but do you know how much larger than the Earth it is?
Find out by creating a scale model of each planet in our Solar System!
Comets are large balls of ice, rock and dust but you can think of them as large dirty snowballs that travel through the Solar System.
Impact craters are made when a space rock (called a meteorite or asteroid) hits a rocky planet or moon. The impact makes a round hole in the surface, called a crater.
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