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Seasons And Weather - The Changing Seasons
Snow is made up of millions of tiny flakes and each flake has a different shape!

Seasons And Weather - The Changing Seasons

This quiz addresses the requirements of the National Curriculum KS1 Science for children aged 5 and 6 in years 1 and 2. Specifically this quiz is aimed at the section dealing with how the weather changes with the seasons.

It can rain at any time of year. But it only snows in the winter. At school or at home you may have kept a weather diary. In it you write down the weather every day. You can see how the weather changes from month to month in different seasons. In this quiz we are going to look at the weather and the changing seasons.

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1.
Mark’s teacher asks him about the number of wet days each month.

Mark says February had the most wet days and June the least.

Which was the wettest month?
February
May
June
November
What do you do on a wet day?
2.
In which month is it most likely to snow?
August
October
January
May
Has it snowed this year?
3.
Amy’s family decided to go for a walk. It was not very cold, but it was not hot. There were no leaves on the trees. What month was it?
May
July
August
December
It is not always very cold in winter
4.
Mark’s teacher asks him about the number of windy days.

Mark says there were more windy days in October than any other month.

What season is this?
Winter
Spring
Summer
Autumn
What colour are lots of leaves in autumn?
5.
Sameera and Aysha are in London. It is very sunny. It is the hottest day of the year. What month is it?
March
July
October
December
What is the hottest day you can remember?
6.
Mark has kept a weather diary. His teacher asks him about the hottest months of the year.

Mark says the three hottest months were May, June and August.

Which summer month was the coolest?
June
July
August
December
It isn’t always hot in summer, but it is warmer than the winter
7.
It was a warm, sunny day. Tommy’s family went for a picnic. What month do you think it was?
January
June
October
December
Do you like going for a picnic? What do you eat on a picnic?
8.
Mark recorded the number of foggy days. There were more foggy days in November than any other month. A fog is:
Easy to see through
Hard to see through
Solid
Transparent
Cars have to drive slowly in fog
9.
Max didn’t want to go to school. It was very cold. There was snow on the ground. There were icicles hanging above the windows. What month was it?
February
May
July
September
Have you ever seen icicles?
10.
Mark recorded one thunderstorm in August. What do you see in a thunderstorm?
Sunlight
Snow
Mist
Lightning
Lightning is very dangerous
Author:  David Bland

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