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Earth, Sun, & Moon

Teacher: Mr. Will
Across
The reason for the seasons
What happens to the ocean when it is not facing the moon
An object going around another object
Total number of high tides we have a day
What we say when the moon is getting brighter or bigger
When an object spins on its axis
When we see half of the moon. The white is on the right
What happens to the ocean when it is facing the moon
The Earth takes 365 days to do this once
When the earth is tilted away from the sun
Caused by the moon's gravitational pull
What an object rotates on
When we see no moon
When shadows are the longest (morning)
Down
The Earth takes 24 hours to do this once
When we see the whole moon
Total number of low tides we have a day
When we see half of the moon. The white is on the left
The side of the Earth is facing the sun
What the earth, sun, and moon all have in common
When shadows are the shortest
When shadows are the longest (evening)
This causes the Day/Night Cycle
The side of the Earth not facing the sun
Areas that block out part of a light source
What we say when the moon is getting smaller or less bright
The moon takes 28 days to do this one time
Another name for revolving
The earths tilt causes these to occur
The northern hemisphere is tilted towards the sun