These free solar system printables for grades K – 3 will go along great with your science unit. Summer is a great time to head outdoors and look at the sky. The day is beautiful with blue skies and the night full of endless twinkling stars. Use these printables to expand on your unit and to help your kids appreciate God’s creation.
There’s No Place Like Space: All About Our Solar System (Cat in the Hat’s Learning Library)4M Solar System PlanetariumHello, World! Solar SystemEducational Insights Geosafari Motorized Solar System Science KitMelissa & Doug Solar System Floor Puzzle (48 pcs, 2 x 3 feet)Learning Resources Inflatable Solar System SetProjectables 11282 LED Plug-In Night Light, Blue and Silver, Light Sensing, Auto On/Off, Projects the Solar System Featuring Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Saturn and Neptune on Ceiling, Wall, or FloorSolar System4M Glow-in-the-Dark Solar System Mobile Making Kit
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