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  • 1. The four Seasons Spring AutumnSummer Winter
  • 2. What is a Season? A SEASON IS: A traditional division of the year based on unique weather conditions. In temperate regions, there are four seasons, spring, summer, autumn and winter, while in tropical countries there are often only two, a dry season and a rainy
  • 3. This season lasts from March 21to June 21.This season usually has the most severe weather.New plants begin to appear during this season.The cycle of life starts.
  • 4. Spring Things:o Warmer Weathero Raino Flowerso Rainbowso Butterflies
  • 5. The days are verypleasant. People enjoy going for picnics in spring.
  • 6. Summer The summer lasts through June, July, and August. Children are out of school during this season.Fruits, vegetables, andother plants are in full growth.
  • 7. The sun is at it’s hottest and brightest during this time.
  • 8. Autumn Also known as FALL.This season starts in September and lasts through the end of November. Deciduous trees shed their leaves. Leaves will change to a red or brown color before falling. The days get shorter and cooler, and the nights become longer.
  • 9. In the Autumn we go back to school, have Halloween and Thanksgiving.
  • 10. Winter This season starts in December and goes through February. The weather is cold, and there is usually snow and ice. The days are shortand the temperature is low.
  • 11. The people wear wholen clothes.They light fires and heaters to keepwarm.