Uranus' Atmosphere: Lesson for Kids


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The planet Uranus is considered a _____ giant.

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1. Why does Uranus appear to be a blue-greenish color?

2. Because of the temperature in the troposphere, Uranus has the _____ atmosphere of the entire solar system.

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

There are five questions in this quiz and worksheet that will help to find out how much you know about Uranus' atmosphere. The quiz can be completed in very little time, so take it whenever you feel ready!

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

This quiz will test you on the following details related to Uranus:

  • Planets that are and are not gas giants
  • Reason why Uranus looks blue-greenish
  • Uranus' atmosphere compared to the entire solar system
  • Word for the second layer of Uranus' atmosphere
  • How thick the three layers of the atmosphere are

Skills Practiced

  • Learning practice - use what you know to answer questions about Uranus' atmosphere
  • Explaining information - make sure you can read about Uranus appearing to look blue-greenish and explain it correctly
  • Remembering details - remember what you've learned about planets that are gas giants

Additional Learning

To continue studying this planet, be sure to review the related lesson titled Uranus' Atmosphere: Lesson for Kids. Here is the type of information you will find in this lesson:

  • What would happen if you tried to stand on Uranus
  • The number of moons Uranus has
  • How the moons on Uranus were named