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Group 1

Study the information about the distance of inner planet from the sun.

a. Make an illustration like the one below in your manila paper. Arrange the inner planets from their distance to the sun based
on the given data.
Group 2

Study the information on the inner planets. Answer the exercise that follows.

1. In planet earth, you can celebrate your birthday every after 365 days which is
equivalent to 1 year.
2. The period of rotation for planet Mars is equivalent to 2 days.
3. It takes 88 days or 2,112 hours for Mercury to complete its revolution.
4. Earth’s period of rotation is equivalent to 1 day.
5. Venus period of revolution is 255 days which is equivalent to 7 months.
Group 3

Describe the four inner planets. Choose the phrase that can describe them on the box below. Write the answers in your manila paper. To check your
answers, refer to Read and Learn more.

Read and Learn More.

The solar system is consist of the sun and the planets that orbit around it. There  the red planet
are eight planets in which four of them are called inner planets because
they are the one who are closest to the sun. These are Mercury, Venus,  the only planet that can sustain life
Earth and Mars.  a beautiful white planet
Mercury - It is considered as the fastest revolving planet. Mercury is also
 revolves around the sun every 365 days
spherical in shape.
Venus - A beautiful white planet. Its temperature and pressure is extremely  called the “morning and evening star”
high. And it is often times called the “morning and evening star.”  fastest revolving planet
Earth - The only rocky planet that can sustain life. It revolves around the sun
every 365 days.  the only solid body in the solar whose
Mars -the only solid body in the solar system whose surface we can see. It is surface we can see
cold in Mars and is often called as a red planet.

MERCURY VENUS EARTH MARS


1. In planet earth, you can celebrate
your birthday every after 365 days
which is equivalent to 1 year.
2. The period of rotation for planet
Mars is equivalent to 2 days.
3. It takes 88 days or 2,112 hours for
Mercury to complete its revolution.
4. Earth’s period of rotation is
equivalent to 1 day.
5. Venus period of revolution is 255
days which is equivalent to 7 months.
 the red planet
 the only planet that
can sustain life
 a beautiful white planet
 revolves around the
sun every 365 days
 called the “morning
and evening star”
 fastest revolving planet
 the only solid body
in the solar whose
surface we can see