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Signs of Autumn Look for the signs that autumn is here, Golden crispy leaves drifting from trees like angels in the sky, Forests are covered in a carpet.

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1 Signs of Autumn Look for the signs that autumn is here, Golden crispy leaves drifting from trees like angels in the sky, Forests are covered in a carpet of crumpled leaves, Like somebody has carefully laid them there. Dew drops sitting on the grass Like somebody has cried all over the land, The bare trees look neglected now that the leaves have been ripped from the trees, The weather turns cooler, Winds get stronger, Rain gets heavier Nights get darker, Autumn is here. by Tanesha Collinson and Victoria Bilyard

2 Signs of Autumn The signs that summer has done; Crisp golden leaves fall down gently, Dry leaves are blown around like a whirlwind The wind cutting through me like a sharp knife Days are darker and gradually getting shorter Cold and freezing as the trees become lonely and bare Weather attacks us with the rain as the sun is not there to stop it. by Callum Phillips and Sam Court

3 Signs of Autumn As I breath in thin, windy air, and I breathe deeply in despair, the wind gushes in my face, cold wind is all I can taste. The trees are shaking like they’re cold too, the slippery grass is covered in dew. All the leaves are scattered everywhere, leaving the embarrassed tree’s completely bare. So we know that autumn has come, and summer is finally done. by Lucy Dixon and Laura Bryan

4 Signs of Autumn Leaves change different colours, They tumble from trees. Crunchy and crispy leaves are scattered on the ground. The sky goes black earlier at night. The weather turns foggy and cold. When the summer is over. by Amy Van Den Akker

5 Signs of Autumn Summer time is over, Leaves are turning gold, Nights are getting cold. The wind is becoming stronger, Leaves tumble to the ground like butterflies, They make a thick carpet on the ground. Flowers are slowly disappearing as they float up to heaven And reappear again in spring. by Holly Waterhouse and Isabel Thompson

6 Signs of Autumn Autumn time is finally here, Gusts of wind blows in your face. The trees are bare like they have had a shave. The leaves float down making a golden crispy layer. Its also gets colder and darker earlier, and the days gets shorter, You can see the blinding fog when you look out the window. If you go outside you can smell the fresh bakery. by Daniel Ryan and Ewan Hendy

7 Signs of Autumn Summers is done, autumn is here, Water drips off the leaves, They drift off the trees, Leaves turn golden brown, Scattered on the ground, Dull and murky clouds. Sky black like a power cut. Chilly breezes like icicles, Trees are bare, Autumn is here!!! by Rebecca Wallis and Eve Marston

8 Signs of Autumn Summer time is over Autumn is on its way, The leaves are changing colour, Red, orange and golden brown Gently fluttering to the ground Like a bright, beautiful butterfly. The nights are getting colder All the sunny days have gone, Frost is turning into mist Wrap up warm ready for winter. by Chloe Truman and Chloe Bickley

9 Signs of Autumn The leaves shone like dew drops in the sun, They fell like skydivers opening their parachutes. When the lightning came it shuddered like a flame dancing in the darkness. It felt like the rain was eternal. by Jack Wring

10 Signs of Autumn The leaves shone like dew drops in the sun. It feels like the rain is never going to stop All the leaves fall like skydivers opening their parachutes. When the autumn storms come, They sound like a ghost terrifying the children. by Hugo Marvin and Leah Ravenhill

11 Signs of Autumn Rain drizzles down like a water fall, And the fog covers the city like a white sheet. Crystal clear dew drops sprinkled all over the grass, Frost is like a layer of icing. The trees stand bare as if they have no life, Ancient trees are brown and dull. They drop dead because their life is over, The flowers are colourful but now they’re sorrowful. Leaves are golden like the sun, Crispy, crunchy like over cooked bacon. by Libby McMulkin and Georgia Harris

12 Signs of Autumn Look for signs that summers done, Crunched up leaves, moist grass, Dew drops on branches, over the land, No more holidays, no more sand. Grey frothy clouds fill the sky. Its harvest time, Autumn dark nights with Halloween frights. by James Bebb and John Bannister

13 Signs of Autumn Autumn time is here so every body gather round. Come on let’s look for signs of Autumn. The leaves are changing colour from green to golden brown, They are crunchy and they gracefully fall to the ground. It is very sad as flowers and the plants are changing colour. The days are getting dimmer as we are talking. They are getting shorter and the nights are getting longer. All the animals are going in to hibernation and they collect all of the food for Winter. by Georgina Holt and Abbie Crutchley

14 Signs of Autumn Autumn is here, The leaves are in fear. Yellow and crispy, Some golden brown. The weather is getting colder, The trees are getting bare, Animals are in hibernation, The ground is muddy Autumn is finally here. by Brady Parkes and Jake Eyles


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