Why do we have seasons?

Why do we have seasons

Seasons occur because the Earth is tilted on its axis relative to its orbital plane around the Sun. This tilt means different parts of the Earth get more sunlight at different times of the year.



1. Which season is it in the Northern Hemisphere when it is winter in the Southern Hemisphere?

A) Winter
B) Spring
C) Summer
D) Autumn


3. What day marks the start of spring in the Northern Hemisphere?

A) December 21
B) March 21
C) June 21
D) September 21


4. How does the tilt of the Earth’s axis affect the seasons?

A) It changes the Earth’s distance from the Sun
B) It causes the Earth to orbit the Sun faster
C) It determines which hemisphere receives more sunlight
D) It causes the Moon to change phases


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