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Watch and enjoy our GAMES:
Hide and seek with planets: https://youtu.be/8OjzOiHUS3M
Planet Spelling: https://youtu.be/hjX0Ewrh_-8
Shape & Planet: https://youtu.be/MkZJ-_Qkgoo
What is it: https://youtu.be/Xs_Z3tb2CFw
Fix the planet: https://youtu.be/JB6xyyb63BA
Claw Machine: https://youtu.be/q55JcMVTydA
Enjoy this simple game for kids to learn 12 colors and 8 planets of the solar system. You will see a real planet and a simple drawing of every planet: Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune. This family and kids friendly game helps to learn colors and planets for babies, small kids, and even toddlers. It helps you to learn all 8 planets of the solar system as well as 12 colors: red, orange, yellow, green, blue, purple, pink, brown, peach, white, gray, and aqua.
Every time there is an idea about different color for the planets to enjoy what if it is pink or purple. Children can fix the mistake and choose the right color. During the game we used several details for each planet to make it recognizable:
– craters for Mercury,
– hot spots for Venus,
– blue oceans and green forests for the Earth,
– red surface for Mars,
– huge spot on Jupiter,
– rings around Saturn,
– bright color for Uranus, and
– blue water for Neptune.
When you remember all of this detail you can easily memorize the color of every planet. Let’s repeat colors many times to make it easy to remember: red, orange, yellow, green, blue, purple, pink, brown, peach, white, gray, and aqua. Also kids will learn how to draw 8 planets of the solar system in a simple way. Children can be creative and draw the planets at home or at school.
How to learn the order of the planets? Just remember:
My Mercury
Very Venus
Educated Earth
Mom Mars
Just Jupiter
Served Saturn
Us Uranus
Nachos Neptune
But where is Pluto? Pluto is a dwarf planet in the Kuiper belt, a ring of bodies beyond Neptune. Pluto was discovered by Clyde Tombaugh in 1930 and was originally considered to be the ninth planet from the Sun. Pluto is very small, only about half the width of the United States, that’s the main reason why Pluto was relegated to “dwarf-planet” status by the International Astronomical Union in 2006.
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