Presentation on theme: "Seasons. There are 4 seasons in a year: summer, autumn, winter and spring Each season lasts about 3 months. Summer- From the 21st of June to the 23rd."— Presentation transcript:
There are 4 seasons in a year: summer, autumn, winter and spring Each season lasts about 3 months. Summer- From the 21st of June to the 23rd of September Autumn - From the 23rd of September to the 21st of December Winter - From the 21st of December to the 21st of March Spring - From the 21st of March to the 21st of June
Summer is the warmest season and winter the coldest one. Autumn and spring are in between. Autumn is usually rainy and windy, spring is warm and rainy, summer is sunny and winter is rainy, snowy and cold.
Why are there 4 seasons? The Earth orbits around the Sun It takes one year to complete one round The angle of the Sun’s rays creates different temperatures across the Earth
Do seasons happen at the same time all over the world? No, they don’t. The Earth is divided by an imaginary line called the Equator. When it’s winter in the northren hemisphere, it’s summer in the southern hemisphere and when it’s winter in the southern hemisphere it’s summer in the northern. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UlCLX27NqMg Equator