20 Worksheets to Learn the Planets

Sure, you know your way around Earth, but how well would you do if you went to space? Get to know the lay of the land on Mars, Venus, Saturn and other planets in this series of cosmic worksheets.

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Sort Out the Solar System

This solar system worksheet guides your child through the order of the planets. Use this solar system worksheet to learn about the planets in the Milky Way.
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Name the Planets

Here's a great way to test your child's solar system knowledge. Can she name all the different planets pictured here?
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Know Your Planets: Venus

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.
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Know Your Planets: Mars

Do you know why Mars is called the Red Planet? Find out that and more on this planet printable.
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Know Your Planets: Earth

How much do you know about our home planet? Boost your Earth knowledge with this science printable.
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Know Your Planets: Neptune

How much do you know about our solar system's planets? Kids learn facts about Neptune in an out-of-this-world worksheet.
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Know Your Planets: Saturn

Did you know that 763 Earths could fit inside Saturn? Learn more fun facts about Saturn on this fun science printable.
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Know Your Planets: Jupiter

Blast off into space with a fun planet printable. This one features Jupiter, the largest planet in our solar system.
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Know Your Planets: Mercury

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?
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Know Your Planets: Uranus

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.
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Where Are the Planets?: Earth

Does your child know where Earth is in the Solar System? He'll learn as he completes this fun, planet printable.
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Where Are the Planets?: Mars

How far away is the Red Planet from the sun? Find out with this great Solar System printable.
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Where Are the Planets?: Jupiter

How well does your child know the layout of our Solar System? This worksheet focuses on the biggest planet, Jupiter.
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Where Are the Planets?: Mercury

This worksheet features Mercury, the smallest planet in our Solar System, and also the planet that's closest to the Sun.
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Where Are the Planets?: Uranus

On this worksheet, kids learn all about the look and location of Uranus, and they get to cut out a picture to use in their own Solar System diagram.
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Where Are the Planets?: Venus

Teach your kids all about the second planet from the Sun with this simple science sheet.
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Where Are the Planets?: Saturn

This worksheet teaches all about the planet Saturn and its placement in the Solar System.
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Where Are the Planets?: Neptune

Teach your child about the layout of the Solar System with this simple worksheet, featuring the planet Neptune.
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