Autumn Facts for Preschool Children

Sarah Guller
Autumn Facts for Preschool Children

Autumn Facts.

The leaves change hue and the air gets a little chillier. Pumpkins grow large enough to carve up into fun shapes and eat. Leaves crunch under your feet.

Autumn is one of the four seasons of the year and is the time of year that transitions summer into winter. Along with the tree leaves changing color, the temperature grows colder, plants stop making food, animals prepare for the long months ahead, and the daylight hours start to grow shorter.

Many animals begin to prepare for the winter by storing food in their nests and dens or fat on their bodies. Incl birds will prepare for winter migration during the autumn.

Autumn begins when the center of the sun crosses Earth’s equator. As Earth continues its path around the sun, days become shorter and nights become longer.

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October 18, 2020
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