Space Facts: Lesson for Kids


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How many planets are in our solar system?

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1. What celestial object is made of ice and rock?

2. In what galaxy do we live?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

You can use this quiz and worksheet combo to quickly test your knowledge of space. You will be quizzed on such topics as planets, stars and other objects found within our solar system.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

To do well on this quiz, you will need to successfully answer questions about:

  • The number of planets in our solar system
  • What object in space is made of ice and rock
  • The name of the galaxy in which we live
  • What a group of stars that makes a pattern is called
  • The size of the universe

Skills Practiced

  • Reading comprehension - make sure you understand important information from the lesson, such as how many planets are in our solar system
  • Information recall - remember what a group of stars that make a pattern in the sky is called
  • Knowledge application - use what you know to answer questions about our galaxy and the universe

Additional Learning

Explore more about this subject by using the lesson titled Space Facts: Lesson for Kids. You will learn:

  • The names of the planets in our solar system
  • How many moons circle around Jupiter
  • What plans are being made for further space exploration