Earth, Seasons and Moon by Robin Sheldon

Nile River- The longest located in East Africa.

Rotation - The earth spinning on the axis.

Revolution - A object going around another object.

Calendars - Shows the days in a month and months in a year.

Seasons - Differences in the weather.

Earth's tilt - Earth has seasons because of the axis is tilted.

June - Earth is tilted towards the sun.

December - Earth is tilted the opposite side from June.

March - Neither axis is tilted towards the sun.

September - Neither axis is tilted towards the sun.

Moon Motion - Rotates around earth.

Phases - Stages in a proccess.

Solar eclipse - The moon covers the sun.

Lunar eclipse - Happens when earth is between the sun and the moon.

High tides - The moon pulls on to the water.

Spring tide - The big difference between the high and low tides.

Neap tides - The smallest difference between the high and low tides.

Credits:

Created with images by pepa74 - "nile river egypt"

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