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Class 4 Weather and Climate Worksheet

Class 4 Weather and Climate Worksheet

 

Fill-in-the-blank sentences related to the information provided:

The winter season in North India lasts from __________ to __________.

Strong winds known as ‘Western Disturbances’ blow from the __________ Sea during winter.

December and January are the __________ months in North India.

The coastal areas of Tamil Nadu receive heavy __________ during the winter season.

Apples, nuts, and leafy vegetables are commonly available during the __________ season.

The summer season in India lasts from the middle of __________ till the end of __________.

Hot and dry winds called __________ blow in the Northern Plains during summer.

The longest day of the year falls on __________, marking the peak of summer.

The term ‘Kalbaisakhi’ refers to thunderstorms in the state of __________ during summer.

The coastal areas have a __________ climate due to their proximity to the sea.

Mountains offer a __________ and pleasant climate during the summer, attracting tourists.

Mango, watermelon, and cucumber are among the common __________ fruits during summer.

The monsoon season in India, also known as the __________ season, lasts from June to September.

The South-west Monsoon Winds bring moisture from the __________ Sea and the Bay of Bengal.

__________ is one of the hottest places in Rajasthan during the summer season.

 

Answers

The winter season in North India lasts from November to February.

Strong winds known as ‘Western Disturbances’ blow from the Mediterranean Sea during winter.

December and January are the coldest months in North India.

The coastal areas of Tamil Nadu receive heavy rainfall during the winter season.

Apples, nuts, and leafy vegetables are commonly available during the winter season.

The summer season in India lasts from the middle of March till the end of June.

Hot and dry winds called the Loo blow in the Northern Plains during summer.

The longest day of the year falls on June 21, marking the peak of summer.

The term ‘Kalbaisakhi’ refers to thunderstorms in the state of West Bengal during summer.

The coastal areas have a moderate climate due to their proximity to the sea.

Mountains offer a cool and pleasant climate during the summer, attracting tourists.

Mango, watermelon, and cucumber are among the common summer fruits.

The monsoon season in India, also known as the Rainy season, lasts from June to September.

The South-west Monsoon Winds bring moisture from the Arabian Sea and the Bay of Bengal.

Churu is one of the hottest places in Rajasthan during the summer season.

Class 4 Weather and Climate¬† “True/False”

The winter season in North India lasts from May to August.

False. (Correct: November to February)

During winter, strong winds known as ‘Western Disturbances’ blow from the Red Sea.

False. (Correct: Mediterranean Sea)

December and January are the warmest months in North India.

False. (Correct: Coldest months)

The coastal areas of Tamil Nadu remain dry during the winter season.

False. (Correct: Receive heavy rainfall)

The summer season in India lasts from March to June.

True.

Hot and dry winds called the Blizzard blow in the Northern Plains during summer.

False. (Correct: Loo)

The longest day of the year falls on June 21, marking the peak of summer.

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