Some good ways for kids to learn about Uranus are by reading the fun facts on PlanetsforKids.com and the high-interest material on KidsAstronomy.com. NASA.gov has an interactive web page where kids can click on Uranus images to learn more about them via both text and audio.
To consolidate the learning, TeacherVision.com offers a worksheet of games and puzzles that lets students demonstrate their knowledge. EasyScienceforKids.com has a word finding game that involves filling in blanks in sentences about Uranus, then finding those words in a word search grid. Teachers can set up a trivia game based on facts about Uranus. In a simulation, students might use their knowledge to design a space exploration trip to the planet.