Free Flashcards – The Solar System

In this set of solar system interactive flashcards you will find pictures of our sun, the eight planets in our solar system (Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune) and the dwarf planet Pluto. These flashcards are printable and available in three languages (English, French and Spanish). They work great in the ESL / ELL / EFL classroom as well as ESE and special needs classrooms. Included is an eBook and the following interactive educational activities:

1. Interactive Picture Chart: Click to hear the picture’s name.

2. Interactive Solar System: Click on the sun or a planet to hear its name and position.

3. Solar System Printing Worksheets: Trace each word and then write it by yourself.

4. Matching Game: Click and drag the words to the matching pictures.

5. Solar System Game: Click and drag the sun and the planets to their proper places in the solar system.

6. Solar System Crossword Puzzle

7. Interactive Solar System Word Search

8. Interactive Solar System Facts Chart: Click on the sun or a planet to hear an interesting


eFlashcards – Solar System

Activities – Solar System

eBook – Solar Systemsolar-system-game


eFlashcards – Solar System

Activity – Solar System

eBook – Solar System


eFlashcards – Solar System

Activity – Solar System

eBook – Solar System

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3 Responses to Free Flashcards – The Solar System

  1. Kenah April 13, 2010 at 7:50 pm #

    My Very Educated Mother Just Served Us Noodles.


  2. Edwina March 12, 2012 at 4:59 pm #

    This is GREAT! We’re studying astronomy right now. I would love to be able to print most of your unit but, we don’t have a printer. I take or send files about once a week to an office supply store and have my printing done. Especially the pages in color. Even when we had a printer, I found it was cheaper to do it that way.
    Your book about the solar system is great! Our son has reading delay so he had trouble reading along with the book, it went too fast. Even when I played it more than one time, he still had trouble with it. I would love to be able to print it out and read it at his speed with him.
    We’re also putting together a lapbook about the solar system, I haven’t found one I really like that also fits our needs so we’re making our own.
    I’m going to pass your pages on to others I know that are studying astronomy also.
    Have you thought of doing a page in cursive for the writing practice? We are past printing but, I think I can do it with our son. Just a suggestion…

  3. kelisa March 14, 2012 at 6:57 pm #

    many very elderly men just snooze until noon


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