Our Solar System Facts

Can you share a fact about one of the planets?

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12 Responses to “Our Solar System Facts”

  1. Brandon H Says:

    That lesson was fun because space is exciting!

  2. Alfie S Says:

    I thought that lesson was intresting ,exciting and fun!

  3. robbiewc17 Says:

    I want to share something. Jupiter’s moon Ganymede, is the biggest moon in our Solar System! 🙂

    By Robbie (West Coker Primary)

  4. Thomas Says:

    well done to all you all have worked together well you should work well all the time.

  5. ben Says:

    I like this because there are lots of facts.

  6. Jodi Says:

    I want to share something ,The solar system includes the Sun and all the objects that orbit around it due to its gravity. This includes things such as planets, comets, asteroids, meteoroids and moons.

    Jodi

  7. Ben Says:

    I like this because there are many facts I did not know by ben

  8. Class 11 Says:

    Did you know that Saturn is 886 million miles away from the sun?

  9. Class 11 Says:

    Did you know that Saturn is 886 million miles away from the sun?

  10. Class 11 Says:

    I want to share a fact. The radius of Neptune is approximately 24,622km

  11. cl112013 Says:

    That lesson was really fun

  12. Jamie Says:

    Saturn is named after the Roman god Saturnus.


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