Presentation on theme: "1.E.1.1. Students are able to recognize changes in weather over time."— Presentation transcript:
1 1.E.1.1. Students are able to recognize changes in weather over time. Seasonal Changes1.E.1.1. Students are able to recognize changes in weather over time.
2 Seasonal ChangesThere are four seasons every year: summer, fall, winter and spring. The seasons depend on how the earth is pointed towards the sun.
3 SummerSummer is the warmest of the four seasons. It comes between spring and fall.
4 Fun Facts About Summer Ice cream is sold the most in July The first day of summer has a name - it is called the summer solsticeThere are three holidays in the summer - Memorial Day, Fourth of July and Labor Day
5 FallFall, also called autumn, is the season between summer and winter. This is when the leaves change color and fall off the trees.
6 Fun Facts About Fall Fall begins on the autumnal solstice There is less daylight in the fallBirds start to migrate to warmer weather before winter
7 WinterWinter is the coldest season of the year. It comes between fall and spring. This is when the snow falls.
8 Fun Facts About Winter No two snowflakes are the same shape and size The tallest snowman ever built was in JapanThe first day of winter is the winter solstice
9 SpringSpring is the season between winter and summer. The flowers bloom in spring and the leaves grow on the treesagain.
10 Fun Facts About Spring Spring starts on the spring solstice Melting snow and spring rain may lead to flooding this time of yearFlowers bloom and birds come back to live for the summer