Earth is the only planet which support life for humans, plants and animals.
The Earth is round in shape.
Blue colour planet
A Globe is a Model of Earth
It shows that Earth has 2 parts
More than half of the Earth is covered with Water
Rest is Land
We live on Land
We grow food on Land (like wheat, rice, fruits and vegetables)
Our Houses are made on land
Buses, Cars, Cycles and Trains are move on land.
Land is not same everywhere, some part of it are flat, they are called plains.
Water is all over the earth. It is in rivers, lakes and oceans. When the sun heats the water in the rivers, lakes, and oceans, the water turns into clouds. … When the rain or snow falls on the earth, it waters the trees and plants and fills the rivers, lakes and oceans.
Day and Night
Earth moves around sun
Sunrises at morning it’s called Day time.
Sunsets at evening and Moon appears it’s called Night time.
Earth is rotating on its axis (N- North pole and S- South pole)
Axis is the imaginary line from North pole through the centre of the Earth to South pole.
Planet Earth – Our Planet
Beautiful Earth, home to plants, animals and humans, is the third planet from the Sun. It’s the fifth largest planet. Some of the other planets have atmospheres, seasons and even water, but only Earth combines all these elements in just the right way. Earth is the only place in the solar system where life is known to be found.
What is special about the Earth?
To enable life, this most special of attributes, planet Earth has a number of ideal features. It is unique among planets in our solar system for having water in its liquid form at the surface, in an amount conducive to life evolving.
How much of Earth is land and water?
About 71% of the Earth’s surface is covered by water;29% of it is land. The oceans hold about 96.5% of all Earth’s water.
What is the difference between land and water?
Land is solid with a fixed shape. … Water is a fluid; it easily changes shape to fit whatever space contains it. Although we think of land as being “dry”, land, or solid material is actually continuous underneath all bodies of water. Lakes, rivers, and oceans actually cover land.
Axis Of Earth
Earth rotates on an axis point. An axis is an imaginary line an object turns around. This imaginary line runs directly through the object’s center, from the north to the south poles. Although we can’t feel the Earth spinning, it makes one complete turn, each day, around its own axis.
There are 8 planets in solar system
Earth, our home, is the third planet from the sun. It’s the only planet known to have an atmosphere containing free oxygen, oceans of water on its surface and, of course, life. Earth is the fifth largest of the planets in the solar system.The earth consists of rocks, minerals, soil and landforms such as mountains. The earth is also covered with water, in the form of oceans, lakes and rivers. The planet Earth is part of the solar system that circles around the sun. It is surrounded by an atmosphere with layers. Introduce the new words such as atmosphere and solar system.
Why is Earth called a unique planet?
Earth is the only planet in our solar system that has a large amount of liquid water. About 74% of the surface of Earth is covered by liquid or frozen water. Because of this, people sometimes call it “blue planet”. Because of its water, Earth is home to millions of species of plants and animals.
Named Planet Earth
The answer is, we don’t know. The name “Earth” is derived from both English and German words, ‘eor(th)e/ertha’ and ‘erde’, respectively, which mean ground. But, the handle’s creator is unknown. One interesting fact about its name: Earth is the only planet that wasn’t named after a Greek or Roman god or goddess.
Who is the mother of the earth?
She is described as Mother Earth, Mother Nature, or the Creatress of all life. She is associated with the full moon and stars, the Earth, and the sea. In Wicca, the Earth Goddess is sometimes called Gaia. The name of the mother goddess varies depending on the Wiccan tradition.