Mrs. Moore's Class

Math and Science

The Seasons

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By Sairia, Ella, and Hayden

Have you ever thought about why we have different seasons? The tilt of the Earth’s axis is the reason we have seasons. We have hot summers and cold winters because of the tilt. It is tilted at 23.5 degrees. The Earth revolves around the Sun for 365 days which equals one year. There is an invisible axis line that goes from the North pole to the South pole.  This movement causes the seasons. If the planet didn’t tilt, the seasons wouldn’t change and depending where you lived, it would always be the same.

We visited our Makers Place with Mrs. Hamman’s class. Here are pictures from our science stations lab where we discovered new information about the seasons.

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