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  • Weather and Seasons
  • Weather and Seasons
    Weather
    Our Earth is surrounded by a layer of air called atmosphere. Sometimes air becomes hot and sometimes it becomes cold. This change in air is known as weather. Weather keeps changing from day to day and sometimes from hour to hour.
    Seasons -When weather remains the same for a long period, we call it season. We have some months when it is very hot, some months when it rains heavily and some months when it is cold and chilly. We also have spring and autumn when it is neither too hot nor too cold.
  • Spring is a time
    When children play,
    Flower bloom
    And all is gay.
    Summer is hot,
    To stay cool,
    Everyone wants a dip
    In the pool.
    Monsoon clouds
    Filled with rain,
    Make you feel,
    Cool again
    Autumn is short
    And the leaves begin to fall,
    Playing in the open
    Is fun for all.
    Winter is cold.
    On sunny days
    People bask
    In the sun’s rays.
    Seasons
  • Season
    April and May are the hot months of the year. This period is called the summer season. The sun is at its hottest and brightest during this time. People like to stay indoors and use fans, coolers or air conditioners.
    People like to have cold water, cold drinks and ice cream.
  • Rainy Season
    After the hot summer comes the rainy season or monsoon season. The rain comes in June, July and August. Cool winds from the sea bring the rain clouds. We use raincoats and umbrellas to protect ourselves from rain. The rain fills the dried ponds, wells ,lakes and rivers. It brings water for crops. The trees and plants look green during the monsoon season.
  • Autumn Season
    September and October are the autumn months. Autumn season follows the rains. This is a short season. It is neither hot nor cold. In many places, the leaves of the trees turn yellow as they dry up and fall during autumn.
  • November, December and January are the winter months. The air becomes cold and the sun is not very bright. People wear woolen clothes. They light fires and heaters to keep warm. During winter, it snows in the mountains in North India. Lakes and ponds freeze. People enjoy being out in the sun during winter. It is not as cold as in other parts of India
  • Season
    February and March are the Spring months. During the spring season, it is neither hot nor cold. The days are very pleasant. Trees and plants are full of fresh leaves and colourful flowers in spring . People enjoy going for picnics in spring.
  • Changing Seasons
    Summer , winter and the rain,
    Makes a yearly seasonal chain.
    Some months are hot,
    some are cold,
    And some months are
    Neither hot nor cold.
    It’s cold in the mountains,
    And warm in the plains.
    And when its monsoon,
    There is thunder and rain.
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