Presentation on theme: "An Introduction to the Four Seasons Kristen J. Downs."— Presentation transcript:
An Introduction to the Four Seasons Kristen J. Downs
What is a Season? A season is… –a traditional division of the year based on unique weather conditions. –In temperate regions, there are four seasons, spring, summer, fall, and winter, while in tropical countries there are often only two, a dry season and a rainy season.
How Many Seasons are There?
There are … Seasons!
What are the Four Seasons?
Spring Facts: Spring is the first season of the year. The Spring season lasts from March 21 – June 20 The average Spring temperature in New Jersey is 52 degrees.
Spring Things: April Showers Bring May Flowers! Warmer Weather Rain Flowers Umbrellas Rainbows Butterflies
What to Wear in the Spring: Light Jackets Jeans or Long Pants Light Long Sleeve Shirts Sometimes Shorts and Sometimes Short Sleeve Shirts
Things to do in the Spring: Spring Cleaning Plant Flowers Grow a Garden Fly a Kite
Spring Holidays: Easter Passover April Fools Day Earth Day Memorial Day Mothers Day Fathers Day
Summer Facts: Summer is the second season of the year. The Summer season lasts from June 21 – September 20 The average Summer temperature in New Jersey is 76 degrees.
Summer Things: HOT Weather! Sunshine Beach Pool Sunscreen Beach Ball Ice Cream Sea Shells Beach Towel Sandcastle
What to Wear in the Summer: Shorts Short Sleeve Shirts Sunglasses Bathing Suits Sandals Flip Flops
Things to do in the Summer: Go to the Beach Build Sandcastles Swim in the Pool Play Outside Go on Vacation
Summer Holidays: Fourth of July Labor Day
Autumn Facts: Autumn is also called Fall The Autumn season lasts from September 21 – December 20 Autumn is the third season of the year. The average Autumn temperature in New Jersey is 56 degrees.
What to Wear in the Winter: Warm Coats Hats Gloves Scarf Earmuffs Sweaters Snow Boots
Things to do in the Winter: Build a snowman Go sleigh riding Go skiing Go ice skating
Winter Holidays: Christmas Hanukah Kwanzaa New Years Presidents Day Martin Luther King Jr. Day Groundhogs Day Valentines Day St. Patricks Day
Now that we have Learned about all Four Seasons…
Winter, Spring, Summer, Fall (to the tune of "This Old Man") Winter, Spring, Summer, Fall There are seasons, four in all. Weather changes, sun and rain and snow, Leaves fall down and flowers grow. Winter, Spring, Summer, Fall There are seasons, four in all. Look outside and you will see Just what season it will be!