Planets & Moon Scrambled Sentences

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These planets and moon scrambled sentences are designed to fit into your space study.

Download these free planets and moon scrambled sentences for your students learning about the planets.

These are designed for homeschool families and classrooms.

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Creating your planets & moon scrambled sentences

I like to print my sentences on colorful card stock. I print each sentence on a different color so that it is easy to sort when they get mixed up.

After printing, I laminate the sentences and then cut them apart.

I put them in a container together and place the collection at a center.

I don’t often have my students write down the sentences. They create the sentences and ask a friend to check them.

You will find the following sentences is this download:

1.The moon is Earth’s only natural satellite.

2. How does the sun produce its energy, and why is it so important?

3. Jupiter is the largest planet in our solar system, with over 75 moons.

4. The surface of Mars is covered in red rocks and has a thin atmosphere.

5. Can you name all the planets in our solar system, in order from the sun?

6. The sun’s gravitational pull keeps the planets in orbit around it.

7. Saturn’s rings are made up of ice, dust, and rock particles.

8. Neil Armstrong was the first person to walk on the moon in 1969.

9. Jupiter’s Great Red Spot is a massive storm that has been raging for at least 400 years.

10. The moon’s gravitational pull influences the oceanic tides on earth.

You can download this set by clicking on the blue pencil below:

This is a free resource created for teachers and homeschool families. You may print and reproduce for your home and classroom. You do not have permission to modify and sell these materials. They are intended to be free for all. You may link to this post. You may not host the PDF on your site

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