Everyday English for ESL kids

Four Seasons

lessons for kids learning everyday English expressions

Learn English through pictures, sounds and sentence examples! In this lesson you will learn some useful phrases for talking about four seasons.

Times of the year

There are four seasons in the year: spring, summer, autumn, winter. They repeat year after year.

Each season is three months long.

Lessons on English expressions
Everyday English lessons
Learn English through pictures


Spring starts in March.

English resources for teachers
English expressions in pictures


Summer starts in June.

English learning resources
English resources: expressions


Autumn starts in September.

ESL teaching resources
Resources for teaching English to kids


Winter starts in December.

Rhymes for learning English

We like learning English with rhymes! Do you?

Here are some examples. Try to recite these rhymes in different ways, just for fun! For example, say one line quickly, and one line slowly. Also, you can add some actions (mime, clap, stamp, knock, and so on).

Rhymes for learning English
Fun English lessons for kids

Spring, spring
is coming soon
Grass is green
and flowers bloom!

English resources: Four seasons

Mr Sun, Golden Sun,
Hiding behind a tree.
Mr Sun, Golden Sun,
Please shine down on me!

English lessons for kids: four seasons

Autumn leaves are falling down,
Falling down, falling down.
Autumn leaves are falling down,
Red, yellow, orange and brown.

English resources for ESL teachers

Snowflakes, snowflakes
Falling to the ground.
Each one rests so gently,
They never make a sound.

Games for learning English

Find English words that are related to or remind you of spring (summer, autumn, winter). Think of as many as you can.

Here are some examples.

Games for learning English
Learn English in a fun way


flowers, birds, Easter, May

Teach English in a fun way


sun, sea, holidays, July

Learning English in a fun way


school, rain, apple, Halloween

Teaching English in a fun way


snow, cold, December, Christmas