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Seasonal Changes

In this worksheet, students will gain a greater understanding of the seasons and the different weather patterns associated with them.

'Seasonal Changes' worksheet

Key stage:  KS 1

Curriculum topic:   Seasonal Changes

Curriculum subtopic:   Changes in the Four Seasons

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Worksheet Overview

Dave knows all about the seasons. He said to his friend Rob, "There are two seasons in a year. The football season and the cricket season!"

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Rob thinks that Dave is wrong. He is certain that there are more than two seasons.

Rob is right! There are four seasons: Autumn, Winter, Spring and Summer.

In Autumn, the amount of time it is light becomes less, the leaves start to change colour and fall off the trees.

In Winter 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.

In Spring the weather usually turns warmer, trees begin to grow their leaves, plants start to flower and young animals such as chicks and lambs are born.

In Summer the weather is usually warm, trees have full, green leaves and the amount of time it is light for during the day is longer.

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