Mousey Monday – Spring


Happy Mousey Monday from Mousey to our Cache and Cookies readers! Last week Thursday, March 20, was a change in season and officially the first day of Spring! A season involves new weather, ecology and hours of daylight. As the Earth rotates around the sun, depending on the Earth’s position, this dictates the seasons.


Discovery Education has a Seasonal Change Content Collection to share with your students in your classrooms. The Content Collection includes videos, writing prompts, encyclopedia articles and images.


Teachers will also be able to use the other related materials in the Content Collection such as Teacher Guides for grades K-5 and grades 6-8), a general Discussion Guide, and even a Puzzle! The Puzzle includes an answer key as well.


We hope that you and your students enjoy Discovery Education’s resources  to learn about the seasons! If you have any questions or comments please feel free to tweet us at @DESupportStars with #mouseymondays! Have a great day and rest of the week!



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One Comment;

  1. Pam Wilkinson said:

    The earth does not rotate around the sun, it revolves around the sun. The earth rotates on its axis, that is what provides night and day. It is the tilt of the axis that creates seasons.

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