The seasons

The seasons introduces young readers to the four seasons: winter, spring, summer and autumn (fall).
The colourful photographs show children who are age-appropriate and culturally diverse. The simple text will keep young readers engaged.
The seasons is part of the Science & nature series. The Science & nature series bring the excitement of science and nature to 4 to 8 year olds.
 

The seasons – Australian version

The seasons – American version

The seasons

The year is divided into four seasons.

They are called winter, spring summer and autumn (fall).

It’s winter!

Winter is the coldest season of the year. The days are shortest and the nights are longest.

Winter comes after autumn (fall). In winter, snow falls on the ground.

Ice forms on ponds and lakes.

Some trees have shed their leaves.

We wear jackets, hats, scarves and gloves to keep warm.

In winter, we ski down snow-covered hills.

We build a snowman. We wrap a nice scarf around his neck.

Find out about the other seasons:

The seasons – Australian version

The seasons – American version

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