Aims: to describe the Milky Way and the Universe; to name the Solar System, the Sun and the planets of our Solar System; to define new concepts such as: universe, galaxy, comet, asteroid, planet, satellite, meteorite, astronaut; to identify the geometric bodies such as the cube, the cylinder and the sphere in given images; to explain the role of the Sun for the existence of life on Earth.
The children made using cardboard, crepe paper, colored sticker paper, tin foil, glue, scissors, a space robot that will bring stories from space after being launched with the help of a special rocket on different planets.
We explore the cosmic space through graphical exercises. We contoured with the graphical pencil planets, rockets, spacecraft, aliens on work papers from Usborne book.
The solar system studied by the little ones with the help of the game Solar powered system, perceived in a dark space, special created into the classroom, for visibility was a wonderful experience.
The solar system consists of the Sun along with its planetary system (which includes eight planets along with their natural satellites) and other non-stellar objects. The solar system is located in one of the outer arms of the Milky Way galaxy (in the Orion Arm), a galaxy that has approx. 200 billion stars. The four small inner planets, Mercury, Venus, Earth and Mars, called terrestrial planets, are mainly composed of rocks and metal. The four outer planets, called gas giants, are much more massive than the terrestrial ones. The two largest planets, Jupiter and Saturn, are mainly composed of hydrogen and helium; the two most distant planets, Uranus and Neptune, are mostly composed of relatively high melting substances, called ice, such as water, ammonia and methane. Source: https://ro.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sistemul_solar