Learn about the seventh planet from the Sun – Uranus. These pages include information about the planet’s geological formation, atmosphere, magnetic field, satellites and rings. Here kids can also find information about space mission to Uranus, view photos sent from space and learn about mysteries surrounding the planet and its moons. These sites include worksheets, activities, puzzles, quizzes and coloring pages. Also included are eThemes Resources on Rotation, Revolution, and the Universe.
Plug in your birthday and discover how old you would be on Uranus and the other planets. Additional links give students an idea of how much they would weigh on other planets and facts about Uranus. NOTE: This site contains advertising.
This page is dedicated to Uranus. Here kids can learn about the planet, its rings and satellites. Read here about length of a day and year, orbit, planetary composition, atmosphere, and magnetic field. The page has links to interactive puzzle, quiz, coloring page, and cloze activity.
Follow links to learn about Uranus' interior and surface, atmosphere and satellites. Choose "Image Archives" link to view photographs of the planet, its moons and rings. The site is divided on three levels: beginner, intermediate, and advanced. Click a button at the top of any page to read more advanced material. NOTE: This site contains advertising.
These sites demonstrate rotation, revolution, and the orbit of planets and moons in our solar system. Includes information about day/night cycles, rotational periods, constellations, moon phases, and telling time. Includes links to eThemes Resources on Earth's Moon and Planets.
These sites have information about the universe, the Milky Way, and other galaxies. Learn about the different types of galaxies. View photographs taken from space, listen to audio files of experts, and play interactive games.