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Eyewitness Workbook Stars & Planets is an activity-packed exploration of the world of space and astronomy. Below you will find fast facts, activities and quizzes.

Fast Facts

Read through these fast fact topics that are easy to digest, learn, and remember in order to prepare for learning activities below.

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Stars and galaxies
The solar system
Planets
Planet Earth
The universe
Looking at space
Space travel
Living in space

Activities

Quick Quizzes

Once all activity sections are complete, try these multiple-choice questions that test your newfound knowledge of the subject.

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Discovering the universe
Stars, galaxies, and constellations
Planets and smaller space bodies
The Sun and solar system
Earth and the Moon
Astronauts and spacecraft

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Eyewitness Workbooks: Stars & Planets

This workbook helps kids take their knowledge of stars and planets to the next level. It includes 48 full-color pages, a turn-and-learn info wheel, and special carrying folders.

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