Solar System Worksheets

Solar system worksheets are learning sheets that will help students get to know and explore the science of the solar system. What is the solar system? The solar system itself is a collection of celestial bodies consisting of a star called the sun and all objects that are bound by their gravitational force.

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These objects include 8 with elliptical orbits. All are summarized and presented attractively in the following solar system worksheets.

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Various study sheets are presented in the solar system worksheets. One example is the learning sheet in the form of a planetary characteristics table. In this study sheet students will be given a table with a list of 9 planets in the solar system. Then the task of the students is to fill in each empty table according to the characteristics of each planet. For example the size of the planet, what is the distance from the sun, the diameter of the planet, and planetary material. In addition there are many other interesting learning sheets. Starting from the learning sheet puzlle the names of the planets, tracing the names of the planets, to the various coloring sheets of planets.

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To be sure the solar system worksheets will be very useful for students to increase their knowledge of the solar system and the objects in it. As discussed above, the solar system consists of the sun as its center, four inner planets, an asteroid belt, four outer planets, and the outer portion is a scattered disk seri belt. When viewed based on its distance from the sun, the eighth order of planets in the solar system namely, mercury, venus, earth, mars, jupiter, saturn, uranus and neptune. Meanwhile, the planet Pluto, which was included in the classification of the ninth planet in the solar system, has changed since 2008 and is classified as a dwarf planet.

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