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When North America is tilted toward the sun, what season is it in North America?
a) winter b) spring c) summer d) fall
What is the shape of Earth's orbit around the sun?
a) ellipse/elliptical b) eclipse c) oval d) diamond
Does Earth's tilt change as it travels around the sun?
a) yes b) no c) only in the winter and summer d) only in the spring and fall
What are the two ways Earth moves in space?
a) elliptical and eclipse b) revolution and eclipse c) eclipse and rotation d) rotation and revolution
Which place on Earth receives the most direct sunlight?
a) equator b) north pole c) south pole d) both the north and the south poles
Why does Earth have day and night?
a) because Earth revolves around the sun b) because Earth rotates on its axis c) because Earth is closer to the sun during the day d) because Earth is tilted on its axis
What caused Earth's seasons?
a) because Earth revolves around the sun b) because Earth rotates on its axis c) because Earth is closer to the sun during the summer d) because Earth is tilted on its axis
What causes a solar eclipse?
a) Earth's tilt on its axis b) The moon casts a shadow on Earth as it gets between Earth and the sun c) The sun stops shining on Earth for a minute d) The Earth casts a shadow on the moon as it gets between the moon and the sun
What causes a lunar eclipse?
a) Earth's tilt on its axis b) The moon casts a shadow on Earth as it gets between Earth and the sun c) The sun stops shining on Earth for a minute d) The Earth casts a shadow on the moon as it gets between the moon and the sun
The phase of the moon you see depends on
a) Earth's rotation. b) Earth's revolution. c) how much of the sunlit side of the moon faces Earth. d) the moon's rotation on its axis.
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