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This worksheet explains the Earth’s orbit around the sun, and on its own axis, and tasks students with looking daylight hours on the 1st of each month for a year (you needn’t be up at sunrise every day, don’t worry, a table with average times is provided).
Students can then plot this data on the graph provided and note any patterns.
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