The Earth and The Sky Book

In this book I learned how animals live above the ground and other animals live under the ground e.g Rabbits and worm. I also learned that all living things need Oxygen to breath and water to drink and about how water speed into cracks in the Earth to form caves and underground streams.

Ever since there has been a planet Earth, Volcanoes have been erupting sometimes smoke, ash and steam blast out of Volcanoes. During eruption hot melted rock from deep in the Earth core flows out of the mouth of the Volcano and the hot molten rock is called larva.

I also learned that during the day time sunlight shine upon the Earth and the Earth travel around the Sun and Sun is the source light. The earth also rotates on it’s own axis that turns toward the Sun to get the daylight. The Earth spins on a tilt hence the Sun can not heat the whole World evenly. The North and South poles are always cold, even in summer and the South Pole is the coldest place on Earth.

I also learned that equator is halfway between the North Pole and South Pole and that equator gets a lot of Sun. I also know that the white lines shows show the Big Dipper, The little Dipper and the North Star.

“Thanks”

By Kevin George

Grade Six Pupil

Immaculate Nursery & Primary School (Mbezi Dar es Salaam)

In this book I understood about the nine Planets which are Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune and Pluto.

I also understood that the natural source of light is the Sun, Stars and Insect. There are also many types of gases in our World which are:-Nitrogen, Oxygen, Carbon dioxide Hydrogen etc but the most important gas to human and animal is Oxygen although plants gives out Oxygen but needs Carbon dioxide which we breathe out and they grow well too.

Our Readers of This Book

Questions

  1. Jupiter and Saturn which is a big Planet?
  2. Which is the smallest planet?
  3. Which is the closest planet to the Sun?
  4. Can an astronaut go and see what is inside the Sun?
  5. How does Volcano Explode?

By Simon Sebastian

Grade Four Pupil

Immaculate Nursery & Primary School (Mbezi Dar es Salaam)

Answers

  1. Jupiter and Saturn which is the big planet?

Answer: Jupiter is the big Planet and we call it the giant

  1. Which is the smallest planet?

Answer: Pluto is the smallest planet called the dwarf planet

  1. Which is the closest Planet to the Sun?

Answer: Mercury is the closest planet to the Sun as it is in the first orbit from the Sun

By Penina Mzava

Grade IV

St. Patrick Primary School Arusha

  1. Can Astronaut go and see what is inside the Sun?

Answer: No they can’t go because it is real real hot

By Mark Mzava

Grade II

Green acres Primary School Arusha

  1. How does Volcano Explode?

Answer: During eruption hot melted rock from deep in the Earth core flows out of the mouth of the Volcano and the hot molten rock is called larva. (Explained by George in Second Paragraph)

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