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First Facts: Seasons by Marie GreenwoodGet all the facts! First Facts is a early learning series that explains to young readers everything they want to know about exciting topics like the natural world, history, science, and machines. Fitting perfectly between preschool and elementary school levels, this series boasts visually exciting spreads that encourage children to flip through regardless of whether they can read yet. The text offers a basic foundation on the subject and is full of fascinating facts and figures -- perfect for reading aloud, or for kids to decipher on their own when theyre learning to read.
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As Earth moves around the Sun it spins in a slightly tilted position on an axis tilted This tilt is what causes our seasons because through the year different parts of the planet are closer to or further away from the Sun's light. More or less sunlight and heat impact on the length of each day and the average daily temperature in different seasons, as well as the amount of rainfall. There are differences in the weather, length of day light available and plant life during the seasons. In Year 1 children are taught to observe the changes across the four seasons.
All about Seasons: Due to traveling of Earth Around Sun, 4 Seasons are formed in one Year. Winter weather arrives in June in Australia, just as you’re pulling out your flip flops and swimming suit. The four seasons are spring, summer, fall and winter.
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You probably have a favorite season. Have you ever wondered what causes the seasons, though? You probably know that the Earth spins on its axis every day, making a complete turn. In addition to this daily turning, the Earth also travels around the Sun once every year. As the Earth travels, its position in relation to the Sun changes. Sometimes, the Earth is tilting towards the Sun, which causes summer.
The year of the Earth is divided into four seasons. There are four seasons in a year, which are summer, autumn, winter, and spring. The seasons cause significant changes in the weather and our environment. The summer is hot and the winter is cold. Leaves change their color to pale yellow in the autumn. Seasons also change the lifestyle of human and animals. For example, we cover our bodies with jackets and coats.