What causes seasons?


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by Connor Hagans - Tuesday, 23 October 2012, 11:48 AM

                                                  3 Reasons

1. We have seasons because of the Earth's tilt while it rotates around the sun.

2. The Earth's constant changing distance from the sun.

3. The sun's changing position in the day.

                                       June & January Temperature

June: It is usually warmer because the Earth is tilting back down towards the sun.

January: It is usually colder because the Earth is tilting up, or away, from the sun.