ExplorationShed some light on it!
By moving the time on our clocks back and forth, it gives us light at different times of day than we’d otherwise have. Can you think of some things that people would rather do when it’s light outside than when it’s dark?One example might be playing sports! Another example might be gardening. If it’s still light outside when your whole family is home in the evening, you can go outside and work together in the yard!What other things can you think of?
Sources & links
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