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  1. Summer SolsticeEarth Science Week 3

  2. all around the world the seasons change and the weather changes, too. snow rain and lower temperatures in many places indicate the arrival of Old Man Winter.” Summer, on the other hand is a season with warm temperatures sunny days and night skies that is reluctant to grow dark. why does the sun stay up longer and the moon come out later during the summer Learning about the summer solstice may help you to understand Capitals – 3 Usage – 1 Comma - 7 Period – 1 Quotations - 1 Question- 1 D.O.L. Week 3 - Monday

  3. there is one day each year when the sun stays up longer than any other day this day is known as summer solstice It is the longest day of the year and marks the begining of summer in the Northern Hemisphere Summer solstice occurs around June 21st when the position of the sun is as far north as it ever gets during the year Because the sun is above the horizon longer than it is during winter it provides daylight for a longer amount of time Capitals – 2 Comma – 2 Period – 5 Spelling - 1 D.O.L. Week 3 - Tuesday

  4. once summer begins the sun starts to rise a little farther south each day for the next six months in the northern hemisphere this marks the seasons of summer and fall By late fall the hours of sunlight have begin to dwindle as the shortest day of the year, known as winter solstice, approaches That day which is usually December 21st marks the beginning of summer solstice in the southern hemisphere. Capitals – 6 Usage – 1 Comma 5 Period- 3 D.O.L. Week 3 - Wednesday

  5. So what does the word “solstice” mean it is a latin word that means “the sun stood still During the summer and winter solstices the sun appears to rise and set at almost exactly the same places that it has in previous years. this makes it easy to predict when the seasons will change and what kind of whether to expect many people spend the summer solstice the longest day of the year enjoying the warm sunshine with a day on the beach and a bonfire. Capitals – 4 Comma – 3 Period – 2 Quotations – 1 Question – 1 Spelling - 1 D.O.L. Week 3 - Thursday

  6. You Write Describe what happens on the summer and winter solstices. Use the following topic sentence: • Summer solstice occurs around June 21st and marks the beginning of summer in the Northern Hemisphere. Week 3 - Friday