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Title: Winter


1
The 4 Seasons
  • Winter
  • Spring
  • Summer
  • Fall
  • Throughout the course of the year we experience
    all of these seasons. Click on the icon to learn
    more!

2
Winter
  • This time of year is known for the cold weather
    and snow fall.
  • During the winter months is when we celebrate
    Christmas, New Years Eve, Hanukkah Valentines
    Day, and St. Patricks Day.
  • Winter is when we bundle up in our warm coats and
    gloves and go outside and build snowmen!

3
Spring
  • This is the time of
  • year when flowers
  • begin to bloom and
  • new life forms.
  • Spring time brings
  • no real celebration
  • other than the end
  • of school.

4
Summer
  • This season brings hot dry weather.
  • Summer tends to be most students favorite time
    of year because this is when schools take an
    extended break.
  • Activities such as swimming, vacations, going to
    the beach, and baseball are among some favorite
    past times for this season.

5
Fall
  • Leaves are changing colors and plants begin to
    die as winter approaches.
  • As the leaves change we begin to prepare for the
    colder weather. Harvest begins and we end with a
    time of celebration. Thanksgiving is celebrated
    in this time frame. Halloween is also a holiday
    that falls during these months.

6
Seasonal Breakdown
  • Winter is December 21- March 19
  • Spring is March 20- June 20
  • Summer is June 21- September 21
  • Fall is September 22- December 20
  • (To visually see this breakdown click on the
    link.)
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