I secretly get excited when I get science-related questions. So thank you for your question. :)
Our solar system has eight wonderful planets. In order of distance from the Sun, these include Mercury, Venus, Earth (you are here,) Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune. The four inner planets are terrestrial planets (terra deriving from the Latin word for Earth, thus, these planets are Earth-like) and the four outer planets are gas giants (although they do have small rock cores.)
Pluto used to be our ninth, most distant planet but in 2006 the International Astronomical Union (IAU) decided on a definition of a planet which excluded Pluto on the grounds that Pluto has not cleared its orbit and thus remains a dwarf planet amongst the Kuiper belt objects.
I found a useful link here.