These websites are about the earth’s seasons and why they occur. Learn about weather conditions, why seasons change, and effects of seasons on living things. There are animations, worksheets, interactive quizzes, a webquest, and lesson plans. One site allows you to send seasonal e-Cards to your friends. Includes links to eThemes Resources on winter, spring, summer, and autumn.
These websites include information about why tree leaves change colors in Autumn. The different webpages include explanations for elementary school students up to high school students. There are animations, lesson plans, games, and more.
These sites have information about the winter solstice - the first day of astronomical winter. Students can learn how the Earth's tilt and orbital motion influence the length of days and nights. Students can also find the history of pagan and Christian traditions and rituals of celebration that day. The sites include photographs, schematics, animation.
Learn about the spring and fall equinox. Find out why day and night are equal on those days. Learn about equinox traditions and rituals. Learn whether the statement about being able to balance an egg on its end during the equinox is true. Includes photographs, images, quiz, and an animation.
These sites include activities, games, and information about winter. There are interactive games in which you can build a snowman or make a snowflake. There is information about winter sports and how animals deal with the winter cold.