It’s the first day of summer and this is the first Saturday in the Summer STEM Series.
Today’s topic covers the seasons. Why do we have seasons? What is the significance of today and how does it differ in the Southern Hemisphere?
Dive deeper into this topic with these resources:
Teaching Kids About the Seasons – This activity will take all summer long but it will really demonstrate to your kids how much the sky changes in three months.
Summer Solstice 2020 and the First Day of Summer: Facts and Folklore – The Farmer’s Almanac is a great resource for homeschool families interested in astronomy and other STEM topics.
Looking for the guide associated with this topic? You can purchase it from Teachers Pay Teachers.
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