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‘Our Solar System’ (Middle & Upper Primary) is a fact-laden, curriculum-aligned song that helps students to learn and remember important facts about our solar system.
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Is there life on other planets? Is there anybody out there?
‘One small step for man, one giant leap for mankind.’
Earth is in our Solar System, floating in Space,
This planet that is home, to the whole Human Race.
Travelling around the Sun each year, It’s always on the move;
One orbit, then another, never losing its groove.
Care for the Earth our planet. Care for the Earth our home.
Eight Solar planets sharing the same space as the stars,
There’s Mercury, there’s Venus, there’s Earth and there’s Mars,
Then Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune;
The Asteroid Belt, comets, the Sun and the Moon.
©Lyrics: Nuala O'Hanlon, B.Ed; Cert Teaching
Music: Kathryn Radloff, B.A. (Hons) Psych.
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‘Look up at the stars and not down at your feet. Be Curious’ ~ Stephen Hawking