Each single page needs to be cut in half and will yield two separate handouts.
Before introducing your students to the scale of the solar system and astronomical units, have them draw their current understanding of the location, distance, and size of our planets.
After discussing AUs and the actual size and location of the planets, students then write a reflection about what they learned. It's always fun to observe students' current thinking, versus reality. This quick warm-up/reflection is part of a larger lesson where I show the scale of the solar system in the classroom using clothesline and model planets.