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The Summer Solstice

The Summer Solstice Teachers will find a multi-level approach to explaining the summer solstice using Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced screens. Each level gives an easy-to-understand diagram and lesson. The site also provides links to a great deal of scientific information on the solar system and
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The Summer Solstice


Teachers will find a multi-level approach to explaining the summer solstice using Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced screens. Each level gives an easy-to-understand diagram and lesson. The site also provides links to a great deal of scientific information on the solar system and individual planets.

Windows to the Universe, University of Michigan

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• High School Middle School Elementary School

Janet Davidson

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