In the Philippines, there are two seasons. The rainy season, which starts from June up until November, and the dry season, that starts from the freezing December to the scorching May.
But in other countries like the United of States and Japan, they have four, namely, spring, summer, fall and winter. Each has its own light, temperature, and weather patterns that repeat yearly
Spring (from March to June) is the season of new beginnings. Fresh buds bloom, animals awaken and the earth seems to come to life again.
Summer (from June to September) is the warmest of Earth’s four temperate seasons and occurs between spring and fall.
Fall or also known as Autumn (from September to December) is the season after summer, when leaves fall from trees. It’s also the season when the days get shorter and colder.
And finally, in winter (from December to March) we have colder weather, sometimes snow and frost, the trees have no leaves and the amount of time it is light during the day is at its shortest.
Seasons Coloring Activity Worksheet
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