Tuesday, 22 May 2018


Why do we have seasons?

Watch the video and go on the websites to find answers to the questions below.

How many times a year does the earth go around the sun.

One orbit around the sun is one year.
Which way does the sun appear to move across the sky?
What hemisphere is New Zealand in?

New zealand is in the southern hemisphere.

What months do we have spring in?

They are September - November.
Write two paragraphs about your favourite season in the space below.
My favourite season is winter because i get to be covered in warm as blankets and i get to have hot chocolate and i get to sleep in more and other people get to make snowmen but nz doesn’t have any snow.

Why are our seasons at different times of the year to other parts of the world?
The seasons are at different times because when the northern hemisphere is facing the sun than tht side would be summer and the other side  that doesn't have any light it would be winter.
If New Zealand is in summer, what season would it be in North america?

It would be cold in north america because the sun is not facing towards the country.
What is the axis?

An invisible line that goes through the earth.

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