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Audio/Video

All About Climate and Seasons, from Schlessinger Library Video Company, 2001, 1-800-843-3620.
Young students ages 5–9 will learn about seasonal changes through engaging demonstrations and explanations.

Climate and Seasons, from Schlessinger Library Video Company, 1999, 1-800-843-3620.
Live footage, vivid graphics, and a hands-on experiment help to clearly illustrate the Sun-Earth connection as it relates to seasons. This video for ages 10–13 includes a teacher's guide.

Seasons (IMAX format), from Schlessinger Library Video Company, 2001, 1-800-843-3620.
Narrator William Shatner takes both older children and adults on a quest to understand how the relationship between the Sun and Earth causes seasons; featuring a special recording of Vivaldi's “The Four Seasons.” Also available in Spanish.

Seasons, from Schlessinger Library Video Company, 2001, 1-800-843-3620.
The basic science concepts behind the cause of seasons are presented to ages 8–13 in an animated courtroom drama combining hands-on science activities, songs, and humor.

Journey North Video and Guide, from Annenberg/CPB, 1994, 1-800-LEARNER
Four modules (totaling one hour) covering seasonal migrations, plants and seasons, and sunlight and seasons are included on this video introduction to the Journey North program.

Native American Star Tales, order from Lynn Moroney
Storyteller Lynn Moroney enthralls both children and adults with Native American tales of the sky and seasonal lore on these three audio tapes: “The Feather Moon,” “Tales of the Sun and Moon,” and “The Star Husband.”

 

Last updated
January 4, 2007