Go outside and look up. What can you see? You can see the sky. The sky is above you.
At night the sky is dark.You can see the moon. The moon is a big ball of rock. Sometimes you see a round moon.This is called a full moon. Sometimes you see different shapes. A thin moon is called a crescent moon.
You can see starts at night, too. Stars are big,hot balls of fire. They look very little because they are far out in the space. Sometimes you can see planets, too.
day and night
Sometimes it's day and sometimes it's night. That's because Earth turns. When your place on Earth turns toward the sun, you see light from the sun. This is day.When your place turns away from the sun, you don't see light from the sun. This is night. Then Earth turns and it's day again.At night is dark.
A planet goes around a star. Eight planets go around the sun. The sun and its planets are called the solar system. The planets are all different. Jupiter is big and Mercury is little. Venus is hot and Neptune is cold. Saturn has lots of rings. Many planets have moons. A moon goes around a planet. Earth has one moon. Some planets have lots of moons.
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