Friday, 8 October 2010

Our Solar System: Planets (Game)

Chiew's CLIL EFL ESL Blog: Planets

How fast can you identify the planets in our solar system? Click on the image to test yourself in a simple point-and-click game.

Image source: NASA/JPL - "The planets are shown in the correct order of distance from the Sun, the correct relative sizes, and the correct relative orbital distances. The sizes of the bodies are greatly exaggerated relative to the orbital distances. The faint rings of Jupiter, Uranus, and Neptune are not shown. Eris, Haumea, and Makemake do not appear in the illustration owing to their highly tilted orbits. The dwarf planet Ceres is not shown separately; it resides in the asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter."

If you want to see your name appear on the scoring sheet, you'll have to register before playing. Remember your nickname & password for all my other games which are hosted on Purposegames.

Either way, please leave a comment, stating your score (percentage and time).

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