PLANETS for Kids | Astronomy for Kids | Solar System | Planets Preschool | Kid’s Planet, The Planets

By | December 7, 2019


– [Child] Learning Time Fun! (laughs) – [Instructor] Let’s learn the names of the planets in our solar system. Ready, let’s go! Mercury Venus Earth Mars Jupiter Saturn Uranus Neptune These are the planets lined up in order from closest to the sun to farthest to the sun. Each planet is unique in its own way. Let’s find out how each planet is unique. Mercury is the smallest
planet in our solar system. Mercury is the closest planet to the sun. Unlike Earth, Mercury doesn’t have a moon. Venus is both the hottest planet and the brightest planet
in our solar system. Just like Mercury, Venus
doesn’t have any moons. Earth is the only known
planet in our solar system that can naturally sustain human life. About 70% of the Earth’s
surface is made of water. Iron oxide gives Mars a red tint to it. That’s why we call it the red planet. Mars is home to the tallest mountain and volcano in our solar system. Jupiter wins the award for
being the biggest planet in our solar system. Jupiter is a gas giant, which means it’s mainly
made of hydrogen and helium. Just like Jupiter, Saturn
is also a gas giant. Saturn has the biggest
rings in our solar system. They’re also the only rings that can easily be seen from Earth. Saturn’s rings are made
of ice, rock, and dust. Uranus is an ice giant, which means it’s mainly made of nitrogen, carbon, sulfur, and oxygen. Uranus was the first planet
discovered using a telescope. Just like Uranus, Neptune
is also an ice giant. Neptune wins the award for
being the farthest planet from the sun. Neptune has the coldest
average temperature of all the planets in our solar system. The planets in our solar
system are incredible! We hope you keep learning more about ’em! Awesome job! (applause)

12 thoughts on “PLANETS for Kids | Astronomy for Kids | Solar System | Planets Preschool | Kid’s Planet, The Planets

  1. Sweeties Surprise Party Post author

    That is great! Thumbs up from Sweetie!

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  2. chee may ng Post author

    Shouldn't Saturn have the medal for the only planet who has rings

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  3. Michael O. Olunubi-Ojo Post author

    You're right, Learning Time Fun Jr.! Jupiter, Uranus, and Neptune also have rings, Saturn has the most beautiful and most brightest rings.

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  4. DangitsAlex Post author

    I like the sun because it look cool I to like Saturn be use it have rings even Venus it's so hottest?‍❤️‍????⛑?

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  5. sunny leonard Post author

    I read where ,the said like Earth mercury has no moon

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  6. Mr. Noob_55590 Post author

    Shouldn’t earth have the medal for the Being The only planet with Life on the planet?

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