This short video explains the Winter Solstice in an easy and concise way. An excellent reference for classrooms and home learning. We have many more interesting videos (and music) about the Winter Solstice on our youtube channel. The music is very nice to play while students are cutting, folding and having fun with all the activities. Enjoy!
"I cannot tell you how charming this book is. It's just a delight and the illustrations are stunningly beautiful. It's just such a peaceful book and it feels like it does on Winter Solstice." - Debra Lynn Dodd
So fortunate to have been a guest for this online radio show. Debra's generous and informative site inspired me while researching the Winter Solstice and its duration of sunlight this time of year. We share why we both love the Winter Solstice and a bit about my book. Listen to the online radio interview here: http://www.debralynndadd.com/toxicfreetalkradio/celebrating-winter-solstice-3/
Yeah! "How to Celebrate Winter Solstice" Ebook is featured on BookHearts.com! A website that offers ebook bargains. This ebook is regularly $4.99 but now it's only $2.99 until December 14th. http://bookhearts.com/ scroll all the way to the bottom (children's middle grade) Get a copy soon, Winter Solstice is right around the corner!
Fun Winter Solstice Classroom curriculum and activities here!
Free PDF ebook to all teachers who would like to share it with your class. Simply contact us BEFORE December 21st here with your email address, and what school and grade you teach and we'll gift you a copy.
The days have gotten shorter again. We love this time of year in Arizona especially because the harsh constant sunny days (yes too much of a good thing does exist) become obvious by the longer nights. Here's a beautiful poem I'd like to share. Usually I'm not a fan of rhyming poems, but I guess I'm changing as is the season. I hope you like it too.
Life is unpredictable,
It changes with the seasons,
Even your coldest winter,
Happens for the best of reasons,
And though it feels eternal,
Like all you’ll ever do is freeze,
I promise spring is coming,
and with it, brand new leaves.
~ Erin Hanson thepoeticunderground.com