planets grade 3
This worksheet is all about the U.S. space mission of Friendship 7, and will help kids with reading comprehension and U.S. history knowledge all at once.
Got a kid with his head in the clouds? Encourage him to stay there with this worksheet about one of the first manned spaceflights.
Launch into learning with this worksheet on Gemini 4, one of the original missions in the early days of the U.S.'s space program.
Identify the appearance of the moon during its three main phases which include the New Moon, Quarter Moon, and Full Moon.
Do you know why Mars is called the Red Planet? Find out that and more on this planet printable.
Did you know that Uranus can get as cold as -144° Fahrenheit? Learn more about the third largest planet in our solar system on this planet printable.
Blast off into space with a fun planet printable. This one features Jupiter, the largest planet in our solar system.
With clear explanations and easy-to-understand graphics, this printable is a great way to teach your child about the moon's phases.
Here's a great way to test your child's solar system knowledge. Can she name all the different planets pictured here?
Here's a great way to teach your kids more about our solar system. This worksheet focuses on the dwarf planet, Pluto.
How much do you know about our solar system's planets? Kids learn facts about Neptune in an out-of-this-world worksheet.
How much do you know about our home planet? Boost your Earth knowledge with this science printable.
Memorizing the names of the planets in our solar system is one thing, but does your third grader know which one's next to which?
Here's a great worksheet for teaching your kids all about the planet Mercury. Did you know that it's the smallest planet in our solar system?
Did you know that 763 Earths could fit inside Saturn? Learn more fun facts about Saturn on this fun science printable.
Teach your kids all about the second planet from the Sun with this simple science sheet.
Looking for a way to teach your kids all about the planets? This worksheet is the way to go. It features Venus, the second planet from the sun.