58 FREE Space Worksheets

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The Solar System

The Solar System

Have your students write the names of the planets in order. Hope it works.
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Movie Worksheet: Interstellar

Movie Worksheet: Interstellar

This is a worksheet that I created for my middle school students, the unit we were working on was about space. It contains questions that students can answer while watching the movie or after they ...
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Movie Worksheet: Ender's Game

Movie Worksheet: Ender's Game

This is a worksheet that I made for my middle school students as an introduction to a unit about space. It contains multiple answer questions that students can answer while watching the movie or a ...
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Movie Worksheet: Wonders of the Solar System (Vocabulary and Quiz)

Movie Worksheet: Wonders of the Solar System (Vocabulary and Quiz)

This is a vocabulary and quiz worksheet for episode 1 from BBC's documentary "Wonders of the solar system" - Empire of the Sun. I made this for pre-intermediate German speaking learners. For every ...
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Movie Worksheet: Solar System

Movie Worksheet: Solar System

Pre- and post-watching questions about Solar System + link to the video about Solar System. It's a good  speaking and listening activity. First, students should answer the pre-watching questi ...
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Astronaut - Reading Comprehension

Astronaut - Reading Comprehension

Who was the first human being to travel into outer space? This reading comprehension includes a short passage with some interesting facts about an astronaut. Children read the text and then answer ...
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Comet - Reading Comprehension

Comet - Reading Comprehension

Why does the tail of a comet glow white? This reading comprehension includes a short passage with some interesting facts about a comet. Children read through the text and then answer the questions ...
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Earth - Reading Comprehension

Earth - Reading Comprehension

What would happen to the water if the temperature on Earth were any hotter? This reading comprehension includes a short passage with some interesting facts about a comet. Children read the text an ...
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Jupiter - Reading Comprehension

Jupiter - Reading Comprehension

What is the Great Red Spot? This reading comprehension includes a short passage with some interesting facts about the planet Jupiter. Students read through the text and then answer the questions t ...
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Mars - Reading Comprehension

Mars - Reading Comprehension

Mars has two moons. What are they called? This reading comprehension includes a short passage with some interesting facts about the planet Mars. Students read through the text and then answer the ...
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Mercury - Reading Comprehension

Mercury - Reading Comprehension

When is Mercury visible from Earth? This reading comprehension includes a short passage with some interesting facts about the planet Mercury. Students read through the text and then answer the que ...
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The Moon - Reading Comprehension

The Moon - Reading Comprehension

How long is a lunar month? How long does it take the moon to orbit the Earth? This reading comprehension includes a short passage with some interesting facts about the moon. Students read through ...
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Neptune - Reading Comprehension

Neptune - Reading Comprehension

In Greek mythology, who was Poseidon? This reading comprehension includes a short passage with some interesting facts about the planet Neptune. Students read through the text and then answer the q ...
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Pluto - Reading Comprehension

Pluto - Reading Comprehension

When was Pluto first discovered? This reading comprehension includes a short passage with some interesting facts about the dwarf planet, Pluto. Students read through the text and then answer the q ...
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Saturn - Reading Comprehension

Saturn - Reading Comprehension

How many Earth years does it take Saturn to orbit the sun? This reading comprehension includes a short passage with some interesting facts about the planet Saturn. Students read through the text a ...
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5 Out of This World Ideas for Teaching About Space

5 Out of This World Ideas for Teaching About Space

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✰ Star Light, Star Bright, Seeing Stars in Class Tonight

✰ Star Light, Star Bright, Seeing Stars in Class Tonight

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“It"s ESL, Jim, but Not As We Know It”: Using Space Exploration in the Classroom

“It’s ESL, Jim, but Not As We Know It”
Using Space Exploration in the Classroom

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About Our Space Worksheets
Welcome to the space section of this site. There are now 58 space worksheets to choose from with more being added regularly. This is one such worksheet that is best used with intermediate learners. It is a little text heavy but you can rework the article to match you students’ level better. There are several types of exercises including multiple choice and fill in the blank questions as well as a writing activity; the answer key is included. If you would like to focus on a different topic, browse this section for other options. Perhaps you have already talked about space with your students, in which case submit your worksheets and activities for other busy teachers to use.
While space is a topic usually reserved for science class, you may choose to include it in your course for a few reasons. If the topic appears in your textbook, you have decided to conduct a joint activity with the science teacher, or your students are especially enthusiastic about the topic, you should devote some class time to talking about space. Keep in mind that you will often have to introduce a lot of new vocabulary when talking about space because most scientific words are not taught in conversational English classes. Once students have learned the necessary vocabulary, continue on with your fun filled space lesson.