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the_planets (1) - 3. The Earth spins/rotates on its axis....

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Name: _______________________ The Planets Task 1: Complete the following sentences: 1. There are _________ planets in the solar system. 2. The Sun, Earth and remaining planets are roughly _________________ in shape. 3. _______________ is the planet nearest to the Sun. 4. Earth is the ______________ planet from the Sun. 5. ___________ is the fourth planet from the Sun. 6. ______________ and ______________ are the coldest planets. 7. ________________ is the largest planet. 8. The sun is made up of ___________________________________. 9. The planets move around the Sun in a path called an ______________. The Earth Task 2: Are the following statements true or false? 1. All daylight and hot weather comes from the Sun. __________________
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2. The Earth is always spinning around. ____________________
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Unformatted text preview: 3. The Earth spins/rotates on its axis. __________________ 4. It takes the Earth 22 hours to spin around once. __________________ 5. It is day-time when the Earth faces the Sun. __________________ 6. It is night-time when the Earth faces the Sun. __________________ 7. When it is night-time for us, it is day-time for people living on the other side of the Earth. __________________ 8. The Sun moves in the sky. __________________ Task 3: For every false statement identified above, write a correct version. Task 4: Draw a picture showing one side of the Earth in darkness and the other side in daylight. Remember to place the Sun in the correct place....
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