Flashcards of Seasons


Seasons in a year:

Generally, there are four seasons in year – spring, summer, fall, and winter. Each season has its own characteristics and each of which is differentiated upon light, temperature, and weather conditions that repeat year by year.

Below are the Flashcards of Seasons in a year:

Flashcard of Season: Winter
Winter season begins on December 21 or 22 in the northern hemisphere. This is the winter solstice which is also the shortest period of daylight.

Flashcard of Season: Summer
Summer starts on June 20 or 21. It is the summer solstice, the most daylight of any day in the year.

Flashcard of Season: Spring
Spring and fall (autumn), start on equinoxes. These seasons have equal amounts of daylight and darkness. The spring equinox falls on March 20 or 21.

Flashcard of Season: Fall
The fall or autumnal equinox begins on September 22 or 23.