Стихи на английском о планетах для детей. Poems about planets

altАнглийские стихи для детей о солнечной системе, ее планетах и звездах на небе. Познакомят ребят с новыми словами и расскажут о том, как вращается Земля...

The Solar System in Motion

The Earth turns around,
The Earth turns around.
Once a day, every day,
The Earth turns around.

The moon goes round the Earth,
The moon goes round the Earth.
Once a month, every month,
The moon goes round the Earth.

The Earth goes round the sun,
The Earth goes round the sun.
Once a year, every year,
The earth goes round the sun.

 

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The Family of the Sun

The family of the Sun,
The family of the Sun,
Here are nine planets in
The family of the Sun.

Mercury is hot
And Mercury is small.
Mercury has no atmosphere.
It's just a rocky ball.

The family of the Sun,
The family of the Sun,
Here's another planet in
The family of the Sun.

Venus has thick clouds
That hide what is below
The air is foul, the ground is hot,
It rotates very slow.

(Repeat Refrain)

We love the Earth, our home,
Its oceans and its trees.
We eat its food, we breathe its air,
So no pollution, please.

(Repeat Refrain)

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Mars is very red.
It's also dry and cold
Some day you might visit Mars
If you are really bold.

(Repeat Refrain)

Great Jupiter is big.
We've studies it a lot.
We found that it has 16 moons
And a big red spot.

(Repeat Refrain)

Saturn has great rings.
We wondered what they were.
Now we know they're icy rocks
Which we saw as a blur.

The family of the Sun,
The family of the Sun,
Here are two more planets in
The family of the Sun.

Uranus and Neptune
We don't know much about
Maybe you will study them
And then we'll all find out.

(Repeat Refrain)

Pluto's last in line.
It's farthest from the Sun.*
It's small and cold and icy too.
To land there won't bw fun.

The family of the Sun,
The family of the Sun,
There are nine planets and
Now our journey's done.

* Every 248 years, Pluto's orbit brings it inside Neptune's orbit for a period of 20 years. From 1979 to 1999, Neptune will be farthest from the Sun. (From Exploring the Palnets Gallery, National Air and Space Museum, Smithsonian Institution)

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The Solar System

(to the tune of "This Old Man")

Mercury, number one.
It is closest to the sun.
Chorus:
With a round, round, go around
Planets 'round the sun
Sing about them everyone.
Venus bright, number two.
Morning and evening "star" we view.
chorus
Planet Earth, number three.
We live on it, you and me.
chorus
Planet Mars, number four.
Named for a roman god of war.
chorus
Number five, Jupiter.
Colored clouds around it stir.
chorus
Number six, big Saturn.
Many rings around it turn.
chorus
Number seven, Uranus.
It looks blue and green to us.
chorus
Number eight, stormy Neptune.
Triton is its frozen moon.
chorus
Number nine, tiny Pluto.
Farthest from the sun, you know.
chorus

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Rockets

Rockets flying out in space,
Rockets flying every place,
Rockets from Earth
to Venus and Mars,
to silver moons and shining stars.
Rockets to galaxies far away,
I think I'll build a rocket some day.
I'll fuel it first,
I'll fly it away.
I'll land in time
for Christmas day.
On Pluto, Neptune,
Saturn or Mars.
On a silver moon,
Or a shining star.

 

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