Seasons In the UK learn about the four seasons and types of weather
Learning about the four seasons In the UK?
During this English lesson you will learn all about the four seasons that happen every year in the UK and what the weather is like in each one.
What are the four English seasons called?
In the United Kingdom There are four seasons which are called spring, summer, autumn and winter. In America autumn is called Fall (Due to the leaves falling from the trees).
Describing the Four seasons.
Winter time is very cold, but it looks beautiful when the ground is covered in snow.A lot of birds will fly to warmer climates as it is to cold in the UK.
Spring time lambs are born which soon will run and jump around the fields.Flowers start to grow again that have been asleep through the winter months.
During the summer the sun's is warm and pleasent , but in the UK it still rains a lot. People in the UK like to have BBQ's and sit in the garden relaxing in the summer sunshine.
The leaves start to turn yellow, red, and brown and fall gently to the ground. The weather starts to turn a lot colder.
Each season is different to the other the weather will vary
When is the first day of each season?
1st day of Spring = March 21st
1st day of Summer = June 21st
1st day of Autumn = September 21st
1st day of Spring = December 21st
What months are the seasons in?
Spring= March- May
Summer= June - August
Autumn= September to November
Winter= December to February
Every season last about 3 month.
December January February March April May
Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May
June July August September October November
Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov
Americans call autumn, fall. is this because a lot of leaves fall at this time of the year?
Here are some words that describe each of the four seasons
Summer: scorching hot,Lovely sunsets, Seaside ice cream.
Winter: very cold, wet, damp, miserable.
Autumn: dry, falling leaves, orange, lovely colours.
Spring: new flowers, new colour, bright,new life, fresh air
What causes the seasons?
Seasons are caused by the changes in weather this is caused by Earth's changing it's position relative to the sun.
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