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Station 1. Drawing of Earth’s Revolution. Draw the sun and the 4 Earth’s (1 at each equinox and solstice) Take up the entire page!. Sun. Draw in the tilt of the Earth on its Axis Remember, the north pole always points to the North Star!. Sun. Draw in the Equator on each of the Earth’s.

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station 1

Station 1

Drawing of Earth’s Revolution

draw the sun and the 4 earth s 1 at each equinox and solstice take up the entire page
Draw the sun and the 4 Earth’s (1 at each equinox and solstice)Take up the entire page!

Sun

draw in the tilt of the earth on its axis remember the north pole always points to the north star
Draw in the tilt of the Earth on its AxisRemember, the north pole always points to the North Star!

Sun

label the northern hemisphere and southern hemisphere on each earth
Label the Northern Hemisphere and Southern Hemisphere on each Earth

Northern Hemisphere

Sun

Southern

Hemisphere

label the two solstices and the two equinox s for the northern hemisphere give the date also
Label the two solstices and the two equinox’s for the northern hemisphere (give the date also)

March 21

Vernal Equinox

June 21

Summer Solstice

December 21

Winter Solstice

Sun

September 21

Autumnal Equinox

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Draw in arrows representing rotation in one color and arrows representing revolution in another color

Revolution

Rotation

Sun