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Graphic organizers can be useful to help prepare for writing a report on planets. Before writing, the student should think about and list the major topics that will be researched and covered in the report -- using a the graphic organizer lets the student list the traits (and perhaps come up with others) in a simple visual way. Then during the research, the chart can be filled in, and more categories may be discovered and added.
Some of the topics that should be researched in a planet report include the planet's name, meaning of name, size, temperature, atmosphere, position in the Solar System, composition, gravity, and other interesting facts.
For a page on how to write an planet report, click here.
For planet information pages, click here.
Printout Useful for Preparing for a Planet Report:
Planet Report Chart Printout
A chart with room to draw the planet and report many facts about the planet.
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