Английские стихи о планетах. Poems about planets

Английские стихи о планетах. Poems about planetsСтихи на английском о космосе и планетах, познакомят детей с солнечной системой и названиями планет.


Gravity

The planets in their galaxy,
brightly dotted stars I see.
In a pattern one by one,
revolving fast around the sun.
While the earth is spinning,
I stay firmly on the ground.
Gravity keeps me in place,
as I spin around in space.

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Planets

Here are nine planets that we know.
Round and round the Sun they go.
Mercury, Venus, Earth, and Mars,
These are the planets near our star.

Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, too.
Neptune, Pluto, we can’t see you.
These are the nine planets that we know.
Round and round the Sun they go.

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Planets Song

I know the planets one by one
Starting with the one that’s closest to the sun.
Mercury, Venus, Earth and Mars,
Are the first four among the stars.
Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune
Are the next planets in my tune.
Pluto’s the farthest one from the sun.
I know the planets one by one.

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Solar System

(to the tune of «Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star)

Twinkle, twinkle, little star,
Oh so bright and oh so far.
In the sky, a tiny dot.
Glowing gas that’s very hot!
Twinkle, twinkle, little star,
Oh so bright and oh so far.

Beaming, beaming, gleaming moon,
Like a giant white balloon,
Round and round the Earth you spin,
Through the month, new shapes you’re in.
Beaming, beaming, gleaming moon,
Like a giant white balloon.

Glowing, glowing, red-hot sun.
Shining light on everyone.
Earth goes round you once a year.
You’re a star with atmosphere!
Glowing, glowing, red-hot sun,
Shining light on everyone.

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Stars

(to the tune of «Twinkle Twinkle, Little Star»)

Twinkle, twinkle, little star,
I know what you really are:
Giant ball of glowing gas,
One of billions in a mass!
Twinkle, twinkle, little star,
Oh, how big you really are!

Twinkle, twinkle, giant star,
Larger than the Earth by far!
Since your distance is a lot,
You look like a tiny dot.
Twinkle, twinkle, giant star,
Very bright, yet very far!

Stars are twinkling, every one,
Some are bigger than the sun!
Just a twinkle in the sky,
Just because you’re oh, so high!
Twinkle, twinkle, little star,
Oh, how big you really are!

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Shooting Star

Shooting star,
Falling star,
Burning with a light.

Shooting star,
Falling star,
Lighting up the night.

Shooting star,
Falling star,
What a sight to see.

Shooting star,
Shining star,
Grant a wish for me.

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Moon

Are you lonely, Moon?
You giant white balloon!
You have no water, wind or air.
No wonder, nothing lives up their.
You can’t grow trees or flowers or grass.
Your soil is only rocks and glass.
Even your light is not your own.
Instead it’s from the sun that’s shone.
Your gravity is weak, I hear.
You really have no atmosphere.
But don’t be sad, Moon, please don’t cry.
For I still love you in the sky.

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The Changing Moon

Moon in the sky.
Some nights you’re big and round.
Some nights you’re very small.
Some nights you’re only sliver size.
Some nights you’re not at all.

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Zoom, Zoom, Zoom

Zoom, zoom, zoom,
I’m going to the moon.
Zoom, zoom, zoom,
I’ll get there very soon.

If you want to take a trip,
Climb aboard my rocket ship.
Zoom, zoom, zoom,
I’m going to the moon!

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Planet Roll Call

Nine planets around the sun,
Listen as I call each one:
Mercury? Here! Number one,
Closest planet to the sun.
Venus? Here! Number two,
Shining bright, just like new!
Earth? Here! Number three,
Earth is home to you and me.
Mars? Here! Number four,
Red and ready to explore!
Jupiter? Here! Number five,
Largest planet, that’s no jive!
Saturn? Here! Number six,
With rings of dust and ice that mix.
Uranus? Here! Number seven,
A planet tilted high in heaven.
Neptune? Here! Number eight,
With one dark spot whose size is great.
Pluto? Here! Number nine,
The smallest and the last in line!

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Home, Home, on the Solar System

(to the tune of «Home, Home on the Range»)

Oh give me a home, where the planets roam,
Where the comets and the asteroids play,

Where seldom is seen, a human being,
And the stars twinkle all night and all day.

Home, home on the solar system,
Where comets and the asteroids play,
Where seldom is seen,
A human being-
And the stars twinkle all night and all day.

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