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Seasons Word Wall Vocabulary

PDF | 2 pages|Grade: 1

31 Season vocabulary cards for use on a word wall.

Use this teaching resource to create a seasons word wall in your classroom.

Words include:

seasons, seasonal, temperature, weather, daylight, tilt of Earth’s axis, climate, elliptical orbit of Earth, ecology, dry season, wet season, thunderstorm, lightning, tornado, dust storm, firestorm, precipitation, meteorology, summer, sun, sunny, humidity, hot, heat, muggy, swelter, summer solstice, searing heat, stifling, heat wave, December, January, February, autumn, leaves, foliage, deciduous, chilly, equinox, migration, falling leaves, March, April, May, winter, freezing, cold, chilly, winter solstice, frost, snow, snowflake, snowstorm, June, July, August, blizzard, blustery, fog, icicle, shiver, wind chill factor, spring, bloom, blossom, bud, bulbs, flowers, sprout, sunshine, vernal equinox, warming, pollen, pollination, September, October, November

A blank page is provided at the end of each section for you to add any other words your class may come across.

Seasons Vocabulary

Seasons Seasonal Temperature
Weather Daylight Tilt of Earth's Axis
Climate Elliptical Orbit of Earth Ecology
Dry Season Wet Season Thunderstorm
Lightning Tornado Dust Storm
Firestorm Precipitation Meteorology
Summer Sun Sunny
Humidity Hot Heat
Muggy Swelter Summer Solstice
Searing Heat Stifling Heat Wave
December January February
Autumn Leaves Foliage
Deciduous Chilly Equinox
Autumnal Equinox Migration Falling Leaves
March April May
Winter Freezing Cold
Chilly Winter Solstice Frost
Snow Snowflake Snowstorm
June July August
Blizzard Blustery Fog
Icicle Shiver Wind Chill Factor
Spring Bloom Blossom
Bud Bulbs Flowers
Sprout Sunshine Vernal Equinox
Warming Pollen Pollination
September October November
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