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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Season

Calendar-based reckoning defines the seasons in absolute rather than relative terms. Accordingly, if floral activity is regularly observed during the coolest quarter of the year in a particular area, it is still considered winter despite the traditional association of flowers ...

simple.wikipedia.org/wiki/Season

A season is a part of a year. Most areas of the Earth have four seasons in a year: spring, summer, autumn (British English) or fall (US English), and winter. In some areas there are a different number of seasons. For example, in the tropical parts of Australia (in the northern parts of Queensland, Western Australia and the ...

www.timeanddate.com/calendar/aboutseasons.html

Seasons are periods in a year marked by specific weather conditions, temperatures and length of day. Most modern day calendars divide the year in 4 seasons: spring, summer, fall (autumn) and winter. ... to mark the beginning and end of seasons in a year. In the Northern Hemisphere, the four astronomical seasons are:.

www.livescience.com/25202-seasons.html

Mar 21, 2016 ... The passing of a year can bring a marked change in the weather and the surrounding environment. The four seasons — winter, spring, summer, autumn — can vary significantly in characteristics, and can prompt changes in the world around them. Let's take an overview of these four separate periods.

www.ask.com/youtube?q=Four+Seasons+of+the+Year&v=8ZjpI6fgYSY
May 18, 2015 ... The Seasons Song is a Science song that teaches the seasons of the year. The Seasons Song teaches the Spring, Summer, Fall, and Winter. Download the Science ...

www.dkfindout.com/us/earth/seasons/four-seasons

Many parts of the world have four seasons in a year. They are spring, summer, fall, and winter. The weather is different during each season. As the weather changes, plants change, too, and animals change their behavior to suit the weather. In spring, the weather begins to get warmer and trees and other plants grow new ...

www.calendardate.com/seasons.htm

Seasons are four separate time divisions of the year marked by different weather, temperature and day lengths. The four seasons are Spring, Summer, Autumn, and Winter. Seasons are created by the earths yearly orbit (365.25 days) around the sun and the tilt of the earth's axis (23.5 degree tilt) as it orbits around the sun.

www.shadecomforts.com/education/understanding-the-seasons

Facts and learning resources to teach young children about the four seasons. ... When someone imagines the fall or autumn season, he or she often pictures the leaves on the trees turning beautiful shades of yellow, red, and orange. As winter ... Christmas takes place in the wintertime as well as New Year's celebrations.

www.npl.co.uk/science-technology/time-frequency/time/faqs/when-do-the-four-seasons-officially-begin-(faq-time)

Aug 9, 2007 ... There are no 'official' definitions of the duration of spring, summer, autumn and winter for civil purposes. Many bodies, for example meteorologists, adopt a convention for the purpose of presenting statistics by grouping the twelve months of the year into four three-month seasons.