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My Space Book Interactive Notebook

My Space Book Interactive Notebook
My Space Book Interactive Notebook
My Space Book Interactive Notebook
My Space Book Interactive Notebook
My Space Book Interactive Notebook
My Space Book Interactive Notebook
My Space Book Interactive Notebook
My Space Book Interactive Notebook
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How to Use this Book:
After reading your favorite read aloud book about space, stars, the sun, each planet, watching videos about space concepts, and brainstorming facts they remember, have your students piece together the fact for each space word. Then have them color the black line illustrations to match the colors of each of the planets and other pictures. The sentences included in this interactive notebook are the exact sentences that are used with my Space and Planets Cut Apart Sentences.

How to Assemble:
Copy single sided or double sided and staple on the left hand size. Copy the words that will be glued in the book separately. There are three on each page. Only hand out the sentence your students need.

Answer Key:

Solar System: There are nine planets in the solar system.
Solar System (optional): There are eight planets in the solar system.
Sun: The nine planets orbit around the sun.
Sun (optional): The eight planets orbit around the sun.
Star: A constellation is a group of stars that make a shape.
Mercury: Mercury is the closest planet to the sun.
Venus: Venus is the hottest planet in the solar system.
Earth: Earth is the only planet that animals can live.
Mars: Mars is called the red planet.
Jupiter: Jupiter has a giant red spot that is a storm.
Saturn: Saturn’s rings are made of rock and ice.
Uranus: Uranus spins around on its side.
Neptune: Neptune is the eighth planet from the sun.
Pluto: Pluto is called a dwarf planet.
Earth’s Moon: An astronaut has been to the moon.
Comet: A comet is made of ice, dust, and rock.
Astronaut: An astronaut wears a special suit to travel in space.
Asteroid: Asteroids are rocks that orbit the sun.

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37 pages
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