Essay On Seasons For Kids

Winter weather starts in October and ends with February. December and January are the coldest months. We have provided the essay on winter season for class 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6. You can choose any one according to you need.  





10 Lines Essay on Winter Season

1. Winter Season comes after the rainy weather.

2. In this time the weather remains cold.

3. The cold wind blows.

4. People wear warm clothes.

5. The days become very short and nights become longer.

6. People prefer hot tea and coffee.

7. We get fruits like apples, oranges, grapes.

8. People go on picnics at this time.

9. Many winter flower like marigold, petunia, calendula are found at this time.

10. Winter brings pain to the living world.



Essay on Winter Season (100 words)

Winter comes after the rainy weather. It begins in October and ends in February. November and December are the coldest months of the year. The rays of the sun are not so high at this time. During this time the days are very short. Cold winds blow from the north. Rich people cover their bodies with warm clothes. It is the hard weather for the poor people. Paddy, maize, wheat is harvested during this period. Farmers grow many kinds of fruits and vegetables during this weather. Many festivals like Basant Panchami, Eid and Christmas, are celebrated in this season. People like this weather very much.




Essay on Winter Season (150 to 200 words)

The winter season comes after the autumn season. It is cold season. It begins with September and ends with the advent of February. Sometimes a cold wind blows from the north. In cold countries snow falls heavily.  At this time the day becomes very short and the night becomes very long. People don't get enough time to work. The sky remains bright and clear which give us pleasure. Different kinds of flowers bloom in this weather. At this time farmers reap their rice crops and grow many kinds of vegetables like Cauliflower, Green Peas, Beans, Capsicum and etc. So it is a busy time for the farmers. The rich people wear warm clothes, but the poor people suffer from cold. It is a very bad for them. It is a season which gives plenty of food to everybody. We often go for a picnic or visit circus or fairs during this time. Various festivals like Diwali, Christmas, Eid are observed at this time. So most people like this weather very much. But it is not the happy weather for old men and women. Winter weather brings the message of entertainment and amusing after the scorching heat and ceaseless rain.



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The Four Seasons

Reason for the Four Seasons

Written for the KidsKnowIt Network by: Debora Dyess

 

Seasons are as old as the earth.We tell time by them, plan our calendar around them and look forward to the changes they bring. But where do seasons come from? Does everyone have seasons? How do they vary indifferent parts of the world?

 

 

Seasons are created by two very important events – the rotation of the Earth that gives us day and night, and the rotation of the Earth around the sun that gives us our year.Because the sun never changes, only the movement of the Earth creates changes in light and darkness, and in temperature.

The orbit of the Earth around the sun is elliptical (a squashed circle),and the planet does not sit straight up and down.It sits at a tilt.As the Earth moves in its path around our star, there are times a certain part of the planet is closer to the sun.If the axis (the imaginary straight line around which the Earth rotates to make day and night) is pointing toward the sun, that hemisphere can expect summer. If the axis is pointed away from the sun on the Earth’s yearly trip, that half of the planet will see winter.

 

Because of this, the Northern Hemisphere of the planet has summer while the Southern Hemisphere experiences winter.It seems as strange for kids in Australia to imagine a white Christmas as it is for kids in NewYork to think of splashing in the pool in December.That is how it works, though, when the two hemispheres of the Earth are opposite in seasons!

Because seasons are based on the rotation of the planet around the sun, the seasons change at the same time every year, even though the two halves of the planet experience opposite seasons!

 

Seasons change on or around the 21st of four months: June, September,December and March.In the Northern Hemisphere, December begins winter, March brings on spring, June means summer is beginning and September gives autumn weather.In the Southern hemisphere, the opposite is true.December starts summer, March is the beginning off all, June starts the winter season and September brings spring.

 

Some regions do not experience seasons the same way as others, but all parts of the Earth have seasonal changes.For the Polar Regions (the areas at the top and bottom of the Earth) and the temperate zones(the area around the middle), seasons change the amount of daylight and darkness they experience more than the temperature.

 

At the poles, it stays cold, even in summer, but the daylight seems to never end. The poles will go months without darkness while they are pointed at the sun.During the winter, when they are far from the sun for months at a time, darkness rules, and no sunlight is seen.

In the temperate zones, it stays warm during the winter.But the days are long during the summer and shorter during the winter.That is important for plants and animals, which need the seasonal changes to grow and develop correctly, even though the temperature change is small.

 

Seasons are important all over the Earth, and each part of the planet experiences some type of change as their pole tips toward the sun for three months out of the year.Seasons make our lives more interesting and give us ways to mark the passing of time.They help nature stay in balance,too.It’s a good thing our planet’s axis tips!

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