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Diagram of the Solar System

About This Primary Resource

Decorative solar system diagram ideal for your classroom displays. It is divided in to 3 A4 pages ready for you to print, reassemble and display.

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  1. Bethan Ayers

    Nice. My Very Easy Method Just Speeds Up Naming Planets!

  2. carol rivera

    For a presentation

  3. Claire Collins

    Jupiter is named twice!

  4. Admin

    Hi Claire, you are correct that Jupiter is named twice, but this is only on the preview picture. We have fixed it on the actual download. I am very impressed that you managed to spot that, you have excellent eyesight! Sorry for any confusion caused.

  5. Angela

    Looking forward to using this to support Reception

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