There are four seasons in a year.
WINTER, SPRING, SUMMER and AUTUMN.
Winter is the coldest season with lots of snow, ice and frost all around. The days are short and the nights are long. We wear coats, boots, gloves and scarves to keep ourselves warm. Kids enjoy outdoor sledding, skating, snowman building and snowboarding.
Spring comes after winter. Its is a time when the snow is melting. It rains a lot. Flowers bloom during spring and there is greenery all around. In many cultures, spring is celebrated because of its importance in food production and the sowing of the crops. We wear raincoat and rain boots to protect ourselves from the rain. Kids come outdoors to play, to ride bikes, to fly kites or to plant gardens.
Summer comes after spring . It is the hottest and sunniest time of the year. The days are long and the nights are short. We wear hats, swimsuits, shorts, floaters and loose dresses that allow us to move comfortably in the hot, dry weather. In most countries, children are out of school during this time of year for summer break. Kids like to have indoor fun and games. Outdoors, kids go to the beach to swim and enjoy water sports.
Autumn comes after summer. It is dry but much cooler than summer. At this time, leaves are changing color and falling. In many cultures, fall is associated with harvest. Vegetables and grains are ripe at this time. We wear light jackets. Kids like to play outdoor games like football, basketball, soccer and baseball.