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Great model for the Sun, Earth, & Moon system. You just need three brads. It is recommended to print on lite paper so that brads go thru easier. Or you could use a holepunch

from The Science Penguin

Space Science Interactive Notebook Photos

from io9

What's the difference between a comet, asteroid, meteor, meteoroid and meteorite?

'Name That Space Rock' Great infographic that clearly & concisely shows differences between a comet, asteroid, meteoroid, meteor & meteorite. (Credit and copyright: Tim Lillis) Mona Evans, "Meteor or Meteorite & Other Posers"

from Teachers Pay Teachers

Solar System Flip Book

Solar System Flip Book 3rd grade planets science How to assemble: print each page and cut on the dotted line. Place the pages on top of each other from biggest to smallest so that you can see each planet title. Staple at the top and Voila! Have the students answer the questions for each planet and then illustrate the planet.