Fun Time Facts for Kids - Units, Measurement, Definitions, Leap Years, History
Time Facts for Kids Check out our fun time facts for kids. Learn about different units of time, how we measure it, what we use time for, how Leap years work and much more. Learn the basics while reading about the history of timekeeping and thinking about some of the more philosophical questions related to time.
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BBC - Norfolk Kids - Make a sundial
The BBC website for Norfolk and Norwich. Local news, sport, entertainment and community issues for where you live.
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How to make a sundial
This is an instructional video that shows viewers how to make a sundial.
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How to Make a Sundial, How Does a Sundial Work and Some Sundial History
Many people think of sundials as nothing more than historical curiosities. How wrong can you be? Sundials are fantastic things to have in your garden, incredibly beautiful focal points just like any urn or garden sculpture. But sundials are so...
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Analemmatic sundials: How to build one and why they work
Imagine that you have just got the latest in digital watches, with a stop watch, date, times from all over the world, and the ability to function at 4000 fathoms. There is just one small problem: the batteries have gone flat.
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Build A Sundial - Design A Sundial
Hila, Binary Sundial "The first grand discovery was time, the landscape of experience." - Daniel Boorstin If you choose to construct a sundial of your own you may have to design a sundial for your location using the sundial hour line calculator. Link to sundial hour line angle calculator and ideas for paper sundials.
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sundial | timekeeping device
Sundial , the earliest type of timekeeping device, which indicates the time of day by the position of the shadow of some object exposed to the Sun 's rays. As the day progresses, the Sun moves across the sky, causing the shadow of the object to move and indicating the passage of time.
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Sundial History
Please call us at (262) 365-3610 for more information. Sundial Info The sundial is the oldest known device for the measurement of time and the most ancient of scientific instruments. It is based on the fact that the shadow of an object will move from one side of the object to the other as the sun "moves" from east to west during the day.
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Sundial Beach Resort & Spa - Sanibel Island Hotel | Florida Resort Vacation
To live as the sea turtle - in the smooth, soft glide of the silent underwater world. It is splendid living and beautiful, a realm of seeming artistry and grace. At Sundial Beach Resort & Spa, we embrace the ecological phenomenon of this ancient creature.
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Facts about Sundials for Kids | The Free Resource
In common designs such as the horizontal sundial, the sun casts a shadow from its style onto a surface marked with lines indicating the hours of the day. In most designs, the style must point towards true celestial north. It is common for inexpensive decorative sundials to have incorrect hour angles, and these cannot be ...
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Sundials on the Internet
Practical information Introduction Set up a dial Finding your latitude and longitude Mottoes Frequent questions 6 projects to do Mass dials Bevezetés a Napórákhoz (HU) Come preparare una meridiana (I) 6 candrans solaires à faire (FR) Types of sundials Types de cadrans solaires(F) Tipos de relógios solares(P) Types Zonnewijzers (NL) Other languages Czech deutsch français magyar  italiano nederlands portugues español Can you help translate some more pages?
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Sundial - Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A sundial shows the current solar time during the day. It does this because the sun appears to move through the sky. At different times in the day when the sun is shining, a shadow is cast in different places on the dial. A person marks the dial with the time at a certain shadow.
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How to Make a Garden Sundial : HGTV Gardens
4" terra-cotta flowerpots (6-10) 10" terra-cotta flowerpots (3-4) 10" terra-cotta flowerpots (3-4) 8" terra-cotta flowerpot 3' bamboo, wood or metal stake craft paints and brushes, paint pens or chalk potting soil, moistened sun-loving annuals 1'-square cement pavers (16) (optional) cement paint (optional) gravel watch or clock Sundials are classic garden ornaments, but they're more than just decorative items - they're useful and educational, too.
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Learn How Sundials Work
The Sun is highest in the sky at midday and casts a short shadow. In the afternoon, when the Sun is lower in the sky, the shadow is longer. The length of the shadow is also affected by the seasons. Winter shadows are longer than Summer shadows.
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Sundials - Geography For Kids - By KidsGeo.com
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Make your own Sundial
HartRAO Home > Things to do > Make your own Sundial The type of sundial shown here is very easy to make - simply print out the one for your area!The sundial shown below is accurate to within five to ten minutes for places within the province of Gauteng in South Africa, such as Johannesburg or Pretoria.
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The Quest Box™: a Geo Puzzle for Romantics and Adventurers
A beautiful wooden box arrives on your doorstep one morning. The LCD says only "Distance: 42 mi". Your journey with the Reverse Geocache has begun.
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How to Make A Sundial - Make and Use A Sundial
Using our simple template, some tape, and a pencil, you can easily make a sundial good enough to keep track of the daytime hours. Learning how to make a sundial provides you with an amazingly simple yet effective devices. They range from sticks planted in the ground to precision-machined marvels costing thousands of dollars.
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Ancient Sundials Information
Relat­ed HowStuffWorks Articles More Great Links Sources "A Walk Through Time." National Institute of Standards and Technology Physics Laboratory. (1/5/2009) http://physics.nist.gov/GenInt/Time/ancient.html "Biological Clock of Honey Bees More Similar to Humans Than to Insects." Science Daily. 10/26/2006. (12/29/2008)http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2006/10/061025185102.htm Chaisson, Eric and McMillian, Steve. "Astronomy Today." Prentice Hall. 1999. (1/5/2009) "Circadian Rhythms." Encyclopedia Britannica.
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History of sundials
A is a device that measures time by using a light spot or shadow cast by the position of the Sun on a reference scale. As the earth turns on its polar axis, the sun appears to cross the sky from east to west, rising at sun-rise from beneath the horizon to a zenith at mid-day and falling again behind the horizon at sunset.
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