Școala Gimnazială nr. 11
“St. O. Iosif”
Brașov - Romania

The Seasons
Comenius Multilateral Project

WINTER IN ROMANIA

Te...
Natural phenomena
• Temperatures are
low. Days are
shorter, nights are
getting longer. It's
snowing. The wind
blows. It fo...
30.12.2013
5 degree
Winter in Poiana Brasov
Winter months
• December
• January
• February

Decembrie
Ianuarie
Februarie
Games and winter sports
• Most winter sports are variations of
skiing, ice skating and sledding. Crosscountry skiing, Alpi...
Poiana Brasov
• Poiana Braşov is the most popular Romanian ski
resort and an important tourist centre preferred
by many to...
http://youtu.be/tCCDeZ3O-CI
http://youtu.be/NuNGGMXz8Fc
Celebrations
National celebrations

1 December National Day of Romania
Historical celebrations
24 January Unification Day
It honours the union between
Wallachia and Moldavia which
created moder...
Traditional celebrations
• 31 December New Year
Religious celebrations

• 6 December Saint Nicholas Day
• 25 December Christmas Day
Animals’ life in winter
• To survive the harshness of winter, many
animals have developed different
behavioral and morphol...
Birds’ life
• Many migratory birds could bear without
problems but low winter temperatures
with decreasing temperature-ris...
• The most famous migratory birds in our
area are the swallow and the stork.
Birds that remain over the winter in
Romania
dove
sparrow

woodpecker

crow
Hibernate
• Some animals hibernate for part or all
of the winter. This is a special, very
deep sleep. The animal's body
te...
• In the fall, these animals get ready for
winter by eating extra food and storing
it as body fat. They use this fat for
e...
• Some animals remain active in the
winter. They must adapt to the
changing weather. Many make changes
in their behavior o...
• Food is hard to find in the winter. Some
animals, like squirrels, mice and beavers,
gather extra food in the fall and st...
fox

squirrel

deer

bear
wolf
• This project has been funded with
support from the European Commission.
This publication reflects the views only
of the ...
Winter in romania [autosaved]
Winter in romania [autosaved]
Winter in romania [autosaved]
Winter in romania [autosaved]
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  1. 1. Școala Gimnazială nr. 11 “St. O. Iosif” Brașov - Romania The Seasons Comenius Multilateral Project WINTER IN ROMANIA Teacher Livia Dobrescu
  2. 2. Natural phenomena • Temperatures are low. Days are shorter, nights are getting longer. It's snowing. The wind blows. It forms glazed frost and hoar – frost. Water it freezes from the cold.
  3. 3. 30.12.2013 5 degree
  4. 4. Winter in Poiana Brasov
  5. 5. Winter months • December • January • February Decembrie Ianuarie Februarie
  6. 6. Games and winter sports • Most winter sports are variations of skiing, ice skating and sledding. Crosscountry skiing, Alpine skiing, snowboarding, ski jumping, speed skating, figure skating, luge, bobsleigh and snowmobiling. Common team sports include ice hockey, curling and bandy.
  7. 7. Poiana Brasov • Poiana Braşov is the most popular Romanian ski resort and an important tourist centre preferred by many tourists not only from Romania, but also from Italy, France, Germany, Switzerland and other European states. After the 2010s modernization, the ski area has expanded from 50 hectares to 80 hectares. In 2013, it hosted figure skating, alpine skiing and speed skating in the European Youth Olympic Winter Festival.
  8. 8. http://youtu.be/tCCDeZ3O-CI http://youtu.be/NuNGGMXz8Fc
  9. 9. Celebrations National celebrations 1 December National Day of Romania
  10. 10. Historical celebrations 24 January Unification Day It honours the union between Wallachia and Moldavia which created modern Romania.
  11. 11. Traditional celebrations • 31 December New Year
  12. 12. Religious celebrations • 6 December Saint Nicholas Day • 25 December Christmas Day
  13. 13. Animals’ life in winter • To survive the harshness of winter, many animals have developed different behavioral and morphological adaptations for overwintering: • Migration is a common effect of winter upon animals, notably birds.
  14. 14. Birds’ life • Many migratory birds could bear without problems but low winter temperatures with decreasing temperature-rise and sources of food disappearing. Insects disappear, the earth will be frozen and covered with snow state and swamps and rivers will freeze. All birds that depend on these food sources will have to migrate in search of favorable living conditions.
  15. 15. • The most famous migratory birds in our area are the swallow and the stork.
  16. 16. Birds that remain over the winter in Romania dove sparrow woodpecker crow
  17. 17. Hibernate • Some animals hibernate for part or all of the winter. This is a special, very deep sleep. The animal's body temperature drops, and its heartbeat and breathing slow down. It uses very little energy.
  18. 18. • In the fall, these animals get ready for winter by eating extra food and storing it as body fat. They use this fat for energy while hibernating. Some also store food like nuts or acorns to eat later in the winter. Bears, skunks, chipmunks, and some bats hibernate.
  19. 19. • Some animals remain active in the winter. They must adapt to the changing weather. Many make changes in their behavior or bodies. To keep warm, animals may grow new, thicker fur in the fall. On weasels and snowshoe rabbits, the new fur is white to help them hide in the snow.
  20. 20. • Food is hard to find in the winter. Some animals, like squirrels, mice and beavers, gather extra food in the fall and store it to eat later. Some, like rabbits and deer, spend winter looking for moss, twigs, bark and leaves to eat. Other animals eat different kinds of food as the seasons change. The red fox eats fruit and insects in the spring, summer and fall. In the winter, it can not find these things, so instead it eats small rodents.
  21. 21. fox squirrel deer bear wolf
  22. 22. • This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.

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