Seasons

By: Saarah Mohamed

Northern Hemisphere

Southern Hemisphere

Seasons

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Winter

Northern Hemisphere- December- February

Southern Hemisphere- June- August

What is it

Winter is the coldest of all four seasons, and is caused by the Northern axis being tilted away from the sun
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Spring

Northern Hemisphere- March - May

Southern Hemisphere- September- November

What is it

Spring is known for being the season that plant life starts to grow back due to the warming temperatures
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Summer

Northern Hemisphere- June- August

Southern Hemisphere- December- February

What is it

Summer is the warmest of the four seasons with some vegetation still growing and blooming
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Fall

Northern Hemisphere- September- November

Southern Hemisphere- March- May

What is it

Fall, also known as autumn, is the time of the year when plants are gathered and most trees leaves are turning red/ orange and beginning to fall from the trees. Fall has moderate temperatures
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Earth's Revolutions

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