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Use Clues to Identify the Season

In this worksheet, students will learn about the different seasons by the items of clothing we wear.

'Use Clues to Identify the Season' worksheet

Key stage:  KS 1

Year:  Year 1 Science worksheets

Curriculum topic:   Working Scientifically

Curriculum subtopic:   Using Observations and Ideas

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Worksheet Overview

Can you remember the four seasons?


The weather changes depending on which season we're in and so do the clothes that we wear!



The leaves fall off the trees and the number of hours of daylight becomes fewer.  We're heading away from summer and towards winter, so we may start to wear more layers outside.


Autumn Leaves



We have the shortest amount of daylight hours during the day and the weather is coldest so we often need to wrap up warm.

Brrr! Somebody pass me a hot chocolate.


hot chocolate



In this season, young animals like lambs and chicks are born! The flowers bloom and the weather starts to get warmer.





During summer, schools shut, the trees are full of green leaves and the weather is hottest...if we're lucky!


Beach Ready?


Which of the seasons is your favourite?

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