Wednesday, 25 November 2015

What causes seasons?

What causes seasons?

[Define] Seasons happened throughout the year, and they come in this order, Autumn, Winter, Spring and Summer.

[Describe] During Autumn, the leaves fall off. During Winter, it gets really cold and sometimes snow in some countries. Next there is Spring, Spring is when the leaves on trees start to grow again, and then finally there's Summer, everyone’s favourite season. When summer occurs, it’ll be really hot. So slip on a shirt, slop on some sunscreen and slap on a hat!

[Explain] We have these seasons, because the Earth’s axis is on a tilt. This means that the Earth is always “pointing” to one side as it orbits the Sun. So that one side gets sunlight, while the other one gets cold, because it’s not pointing to the Sun.



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