solar system planets making using thermocol balls

In this post I have written on how to make solar system planet models making using thermocol balls – science project | howtofunda @craftpiller

Creating a solar system planets using thermocol balls is a great way to visualize the relative sizes and positions of the planets in our solar system.

Here’s a step-by-step guide to making a basic solar system model using thermocol balls:

Materials you will need:

  • Large thermocol ball (representing the Sun)
  • Smaller thermocol balls (representing the planets)
  • Acrylic paints or markers
  • Paintbrushes (if using acrylic paints)

Step-by-step instructions:

  1. Paint the thermocol balls:
    • Start by painting the large thermocol ball yellow or orange to represent the Sun. You can use acrylic paints or markers for this.
    • Paint the smaller thermocol balls to represent each planet in different colors. Here are the colors commonly associated with each planet:
      • Mercury: Grey
      • Venus: Yellowish-white
      • Earth: Blue and green (for land and oceans)
      • Mars: Red
      • Jupiter: Orange and white stripes
      • Saturn: Light yellow with a thin brown band (to represent its rings)
      • Uranus: Light blue
      • Neptune: Dark blue

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solar system planets making using thermocol

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