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Why do they occur? Why are they important?
The earth is divided into 4 hemispheres. The imaginary line that divides the earth in half, horizontally is known as the equator. Ireland is in the……
We divide up the year into four seasons: spring, summer, autumn, and winter. Each season lasts 3 months with summer being the warmest season, winter being the coldest, and spring and autumn lying in between. The seasons have a lot of impact on what happens on the earth. In the spring, animals are born and plants come back to life. Summer is warmer and is when kids are usually out of school and we go abroad on holidays. Often crops are harvested at the end of the summer. In autumn the leaves change colours and fall off the trees and school starts again. Winter is cold and it snows in many places. Some animals, like bears, hibernate in the winter while other animals, like birds, migrate to warmer climates.
1.What are the four seasons called? 2.What does the word orbit mean? 3.How long does it take the earth to orbit the sun? 4.How long does it take the earth to spin on it’s own axis? 5.To what degree is the earth tilted? 6.What effect does this tilt and orbit have?
Draw this diagram into your SESE or Geography copy: Make sure to label it carefully! Use the whole page!
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