Solar System Circle BookQuick View

Solar System Circle Book

Solar System Circle Book: An engaging research project to learn more about the planets of our solar system. Complete the information and decorate your pages before following the instructions to create a circular book. For more Outstanding Resources for Outstanding Teachers, please visit my website www.teachersvault.co.uk
helenrachelcrossley
Solar System ActivityQuick View

Solar System Activity

An activity where factsheets on each planet are placed around the classroom. Pupils then visit each factsheet to add data onto their worksheets. Can be done in pairs or independently.
kirstymoore88
The Planets in our Solar System - differentiated activityQuick View

The Planets in our Solar System - differentiated activity

Differentiated resource to assist learning about the planets in the solar system. Could be used as a topic starter or as an assessment. Includes: 1. Solar System master sheet, best printed out on A3. Same sheet used for all groups. 2. Differentiated sheets for 3 ability groups. Some independent research necessary for group A but this can be edited to suit. Other groups mach facts to the planet. Facts can be edited to suit lesson input.
phileusfogg180
The Solar SystemQuick View

The Solar System

A worksheet which I blew up to A3 when covering the solar system basics with a year 7 class. Has space for pupils to write their own mnemonic to remember the order of the planets and boxes for pupils to write info about each of the planets individually. Would work well in combination with pupils using internet/book research to find the information for themselves.
TashS85
Solar SystemQuick View

Solar System

Solar System: This solar system crossword puzzle is a fun vocabulary review for students and contains the following: 1. Blank Version without word bank 2. Blank Version with word bank 3. Answer Key 4. Solar System Vocabulary Words: ♦ Asteroid ♦ Asteroid Belt ♦ Astronaut ♦ Comet ♦ Constellation ♦ Earth ♦ Galaxy ♦ Hubble Space Telescope ♦ Jupiter ♦ Mars ♦ Mercury ♦ Meteor ♦ Moon ♦ Neptune ♦ Saturn ♦ Solar System ♦ Space Shuttle ♦ Star ♦ Sun ♦ Universe ♦ Uranus ♦ Venus
ScienceSpot
Year 8 Physics - Solar system, Phases of the moon, Seasons + GravityQuick View

Year 8 Physics - Solar system, Phases of the moon, Seasons + Gravity

Set of complete lessons based on the new curriculum; Solar system, phases of the moon, spacecraft, seasons, magnetic Earth, gravity and making rockets. Worksheets referenced are from the Exploring Science package. 1. The solar system 3. Phases of the moon 4. Spacecraft 5. Seasons 6. Magnetic Earth 7. Using magnetism 8. Gravity in space 9. Making Rockets
Sigyn
Solar System Research PostersQuick View

Solar System Research Posters

The Planets of the Solar System Doodle Research Posters are a perfect way to tie together your science and ELA instruction. This collection of 8 space science research posters is a fun an engaging way to help your students organize their learning about the planets in our solar system. Kids love to make their learning colorful and these Solar System doodle research posters helps them do just that. Wishing you the best year yet! ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• QUESTIONS OR COMMENTS? We welcome all questions or comments! Please feel free to e-mail us at tied2teaching@gmail.com! •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••
tied2teaching
The Solar System - New (2015) KS3 fully differentiated topic WITH assessment.Quick View

The Solar System - New (2015) KS3 fully differentiated topic WITH assessment.

The Solar System and Beyond. This full topic is a merge between the old 7L (Solar System and Beyond) and 9J (Satellites and Space) into the 2-year KS3 new scheme of work. The topic covers 7 one-hour lessons and an assessment lesson. As this is part of the new KS3 scheme of work there are NO LEVELS required or given. The topic covers: - Days and nights - Seasons and years - Phases of the moon - Solar and lunar eclipses - The planets - Comets and asteroids. - Gravity and orbits - Satellites (natural and artificial) - Space exploration (landers, rovers, orbiters etc.) All learning objectives are on the PowerPoints and all activities that are mentioned are fully resourced and ready to go! Some lesson slides have animations on them that the pupils will LOVE and will help them to remember the key information. There are running themes throughout the topic (the NASA boss the pupils work for) to engage pupils with the activities and for them to take pride in their learning. Some of the files are large because they are so complete and well resourced so please be patient. It's worth it! Files included: - 6 PowerPoints (L1, L2, L3, L4 and L5, L6, L7) - Card sort for lesson 1 - Moon phases worksheet for lesson 3 - Moon homework for lesson 3 - Planet fact cards and table for lessons 4 and 5 - An Excel spreadsheet containing the data for the temperatures of the planets - Exploration methods fact sheet for lesson 7 - Assessment on the topic with mark scheme PLEASE DON'T FORGET TO LEAVE A REVIEW! They can be improved for re-upload!
katherinefoster91
The Solar SystemQuick View

The Solar System

Introduction booklet to the Solar System and it's Planets. Uses updated facts and figures from the Nasa website. (Pluto is named as a Dwarf planet) Introduces the idea of orbit, solid rock - Terrestrial planets, gas - the Gas Giants, the sun as a star, moons, and temperature. Originally created for ESL purposes, however it can be used just as effectively in any regular primary classroom. Print out A4 double sided and fold into an A5 booklet.
andiwork
Our Solar System / Planets WorksheetsQuick View

Our Solar System / Planets Worksheets

I have created a variety of worksheets - some can be used with the help of information texts or/and Internet as a means to record answers. • Fill in the missing words to complete fact sheets about the Sun and each planet and Moon in our solar system • Temperatures : identify the planets different temperatures and write their names on the thermometer (use table about planets – included) • Match descriptions to pictures of planets (cut and paste) • Cut out pictures of Sun, planets and Moon to create our solar system and how planets orbit around the Sun or/and create a line diagram to show the distance each planet have from the Sun • Label planets orbiting in our solar system • In Orbit: fill in the missing words to complete facts about our Earth, Moon and Sun’s orbits • Space Exploration: fill in the missing words to complete facts about different spacecrafts Further activities that can be linked to other Science topics • Gravity Pulls: work out own weight in Newtons; how much you weigh if you were on the Moon • Gravity and Other Forces: complete facts about different forces using terms ‘gravity, air resistance, thrust and friction’. • Solids, Liquids and Gases: Draw lines to sort each of these materials into the correct group; recognize what different planets (Mars, Earth, Saturn) are made of • Dissolving and Separating: carry fair tests to find out which materials dissolves in water; in cold water; and in hot water Thanks for looking :)
mariedp
The Solar SystemQuick View

The Solar System

This is an engaging and informative presentation packed with facts about the planets in our solar system. It includes a page about each of the planets as well as other fascinating solar system facts. This clear and colourful presentation includes navigation buttons so that it does not need to be read in linear style and could be used as a whole class introduction to the solar system or made accessible to children for their own research. The final slide contains a quiz based on information within the presentation, complete with navigation button s leading to the appropriate pages in order to check answers. This presentation could also be used as an example of a non-chronological report during an English and Science linked lesson.
Dooble
New AQA GCSE Physics Formation of the Solar System LessonQuick View

New AQA GCSE Physics Formation of the Solar System Lesson

This resource is a new lesson and activities covering the formation of the Solar System content of the new 2016 AQA Physics specification. This resource includes 1: A literacy battle ships activity 2: A power point to help lead students through the lesson 3: A information hunt activity 4: Presentation help cards 5: A 6 mark plenary question 6: A power point explaining how to carry out a micro teaching activity Thanks for looking
chalky1234567
KS3 Solar System - Beyond the solar system , Galaxies and the Universe. Great outside activityQuick View

KS3 Solar System - Beyond the solar system , Galaxies and the Universe. Great outside activity

Our physics department achieved results 33% above national average in September and is in the top 10% in the UK. These are the lessons that achieved this. Try before you buy, download my 7 lesson bundle KS3 Light - free. Thank you for taking the time to view my premium resource. It is designed to provide you with a lesson in which pupil’s progress, the lessons follow a pathway; prepare for learning, lesson objectives, present new information, construct on that information, apply and demonstrate, review and consolidate. Each individual lesson overview is presented below, however most of my premium resources follow the same format, which is:- All power points to tell a story learning objectives clearly and uniquely visually linked, short, relevant and punchy, revised a minimum of 3 time a lesson. Fun pictures all over to help tell the tale. All slides plain black background font comic sans minimum 24 for contrast and easy to read at the back. As many fun, creative and original practical’s built in to lessons as could be implemented. All resources produced and stored for each lesson. Practical instructions given along with prep room requests. TEEP embedded, alongside philosophies from working with the Stimulating Physics program. This resource will provide you with a great lesson and save you that precious commodity – time Lesson overview Earth as seen from Saturn Voyager 1 – how fast is it going and for how long Where is it now? What is a light year? How long will voyager take to get to our nearest star? The Milky Way – you need to outside for this activity. Tweet me a galaxy The Universe Organize in size order Identify me Are we alone – questions for thought? For huge savings please see my bundles in the shop.
caineyone
KS2 Solar System Knowledge Organiser!Quick View

KS2 Solar System Knowledge Organiser!

This clear, detailed and visually-appealing resource offers a complete reference point for KS2 students learning or revising knowledge relating to the The Solar System. It contains comprehensive sections on: - The Sun, Planets, and Dwarf Planets; - Information about their moons; - Other Bodies in the Solar System; - Human Spaceflight; - Timeline of Discovery; The resource is designed to be printed onto A3, and is provided as both a PDF and a Word version (so that you can edit if you want to). All images used are licensed for commercial use and are cited on a separate document (included).
TandLGuru
Our Solar System / Planets Fact SheetsQuick View

Our Solar System / Planets Fact Sheets

11 Fact Sheets –one for each planet in our solar system including the Sun and the Moon: brief descriptions and table including type, diameter, distance from Sun, how many hours for a day, how many days for a year, temperature on the surface, number of rings, number of moons, first time recorded and by whom it was recorded by. Suggest folding in half and laminate. Space/ Our Solar System / Planets Word Mats 5 Word Mats including 3 x with definitions of related topic words in alphabetic order; 1 x table with detailed information about each planet; 1x image of our solar system’s planets and their orbits ( 2 versions! including one in full colour background). Suggest laminating. Other resources on TES: I have created a variety of worksheets - some can be used with the help of information texts or/and Internet as a means to record answers as well as further activities that can be linked to other Science topics ( Forces & Materials) Thanks for looking :)
mariedp
Solar SystemQuick View

Solar System

This resource provides student friendly facts relating to the Solar System. Also included is an associated worksheet which challenges students to find information in the factsheets. The worksheet also provides students with an opportunity to develop their knowledge further through independent or teacher led investigation. If you are happy with this resource, why not check out our other topical resources by clicking here Please don't forget to leave feedback.
Out-Of-The-Box
The Solar SystemQuick View

The Solar System

Resources for several lessons on the Solar System with worksheets and quizzes. Suitable for KS3 pupils
amcooke