Oral Presentations

This term, we chose an object in the Solar System to research, to make a poster about and then report our findings to our class.




We researched the Sun.


I researched Venus.



We researched the Moon.



We researched the Mars.


We researched the asteroids.




We researched the Neptune.


We researched Pluto and stars.

19 thoughts on “Oral Presentations

  1. Dear Mrs M,

    I learnt that there are about 400-600 billion stars in the Milky Way.
    I also learnt that our planets are actually in the Milky Way.

  2. Dear Mrs M,

    A fact about Neptune is, one year in
    Neptune is 165 earth years.

    From Josephine πŸ˜€

  3. In space, all the planets belong to the Milky Way and in the Milky Way there are billion’s of stars!! πŸ™‚

  4. In space it is very dark and I think there are planets that we have not discovered.
    I wonder what aliens will live on those planets.

  5. Dear Mrs M,
    I was researching bout Jupiter and found out that 1300 Earths can fit in Jupiter and that Jupiter did not get big enough to turn into a star. Lucky it didn’t or we’d all be very hot with two suns! I also found out that the red spot is around the same size as Earth!

  6. Dear Mrs M,

    My fact about the Solar System is that they had a race to become first country into space. It was Soviet Union vs United States

  7. Did you know that are approximately 700 six trillion stars in our galaxy, that’s 700 000 000 000 000 000 000 000!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚

  8. Dear Mrs M,
    My facts are Apollo 11 landed on the moon at 1969. The moon pushes the water on Earth, creating high and low tides and the Sun is a star.

  9. Dear Mrs M,
    Did you know that the moon is our natural satellite? Do u also know the moon has darker shadows than on earth and that the moon is actually not blue, not red and not silver, it is white. πŸ™‚

    From:Jenny 3/4MB

  10. Dear Mrs M,
    My fact about the Solar System is that Pluto is a Dwarf Planet because it is smaller than a average planet.

  11. The Earth is in the “Goldilocks Zone” so that the water can be liquid so we can swim, drink and use.

  12. Dear Mrs M,

    Jupiter is the biggest planet in the Solar System. The Earth is about 4.6 billion years old.The closest planet to the sun is Mercury.

  13. It becomes day because half of the earth is facing the sun and the other half is facing away from the moon.

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