Spring is one of the four seasons that occurs from March until June. It comes after the winter season. The first day of the season is called vernal equinox which is a Latin word. The term vernal means spring while equinox means equal night. On this day, the length of day and night are the same and longs for twelve hours respectively.
Although, the season symbolizes rebirth, and hope but studies showed that the babies conceived in this season are more likely to be premature. Moreover, studies also found that suicide rates are higher in this season. Learn more about the spring season in this post, in which we have gathered some interesting facts about the season in quiz form. It is an interesting way of learning for kids. So, read these 35+ interesting facts about spring for kids.
Facts about spring for Kids
1. The spring season comes after which season?
2. What does the first day of spring called?
3. How long are the days and nights at the vernal equinox?
4. What does ‘equinox’ mean?
5. What is the date of arrival of spring?
6. Who established the Georgian calendar?
7. Which season brings flowers and warmer weather?
8. Which famous holidays appear in the spring season?
9. Which Persian event occurs on the first day of spring?
10. Name some spring flowers.
11. Where the sun rises and sets on the vernal equinox?
12. What does the season symbolize?
13. In which month’s spring begins in Australia?
14. Why daylight increase in spring?
15. What is the common myth about the spring equinox day?
16. Which Chinese day coincides with the spring arrival?
17. What shows the arrival of spring in Japan?
18. What are the symptoms of spring fever?
19. During which months spring occurs in the Southern Hemisphere?
20. What are the most popular months to get married?
21. Why the early Egyptians built the Great Sphinx?
22. What do studies show about the suicide rate during the spring season?
23. What do studies found about the babies conceived during spring?
24. Which day did the ancient Greeks celebrate in spring?
25. When the first Arbor Day was celebrated?
26. Where the day was celebrated?
27. Who wrote the famous poem ‘I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud’?
28. The poem is about which flower?
29. Where is the ‘Easter Lily Capital of the World’?
30. How many Easter lily bulbs are produced in the area?
Spring Trivia for Kids
31. What percent is it of the bulbs produced worldwide?
32. Tornadoes are more likely to occur in spring.
33. Who was the first to propose daylight saving time?
34. When he started the daylight saving time?
35. Where the time is not followed?
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