WinterWinter is the coldest season. In the winter it snows.
Christmas• Christmas day is December 25th.• December is in the winter.• On Christmas, people decorate trees, hang stockings and exchange gifts.• Many people believe that Santa Claus brings presents on Christmas.• It is a very important day for Christians, as it is the birthday for Jesus Christ.• Stores will start playing Christmas music in October.
SpringIn the spring, the snow melts Plants and trees start to away. bloom.
Easter• In America, Easter is celebrated in the spring. The date is different every year.• It is a religious holiday for Christians.• To celebrate Easter, people decorate hard boiled eggs.• Some people believe that there is an Easter bunny, who delivers Easter baskets full of goodies.• Many people celebrate by eating chocolate bunnies.
SummerSummer is the hottest People enjoy outdoor season. sports in the summer.
Independence Day• In America, people celebrate Independence day.• Independence day is on July 4th.• Independence day started with the signing of the Declaration of Independence in 1776.• Most families have a cook out to celebrate Independence Day.• Fireworks can be viewed for free in almost every town.
Autumn/FallThe school year starts in the In the Fall, the leaves start fall. to change colors.
Halloween• In the fall, people celebrate Halloween.• On Halloween people dress up in costumes.• “Trick-or-Treating” is a tradition. Children go to the houses in the neighborhood to gather candy.• People enjoy carving pictures into pumpkins for Halloween. These are called Jack-O-Lanterns.• Halloween is the scariest holiday.
Other Holidays Month Holiday January New Year’sFebruary Valentines Day March Saint Patrick’s Day April Earth Day May Mother’s Day June Father’s Day July Independence Day August None!September Labor Day October Columbus DayNovember ThanksgivingDecember Hanukkah and Kwanzaa