Summer is the hottest season of the year however very interesting and entertaining season especially for the kids because they get chance to enjoy swimming, hilly regions, eat ice-creams, lassi, favorite fruits, etc. They enjoy school off in the summer season. It is one of the four temperate seasons of the year which falls between spring and autumn. We have provided below some essays on summer season under various words limit in order to help students who have been assigned by their teachers to write some paragraphs or complete essay on this topic. You can select any of the paragraphs or essays according to your need and requirement.
Essay on Summer Season
Summer Season Essay 1 (100 words)
Summer is the hottest season having longest days and shortest nights. It is quite longest season than other seasons of the year. During summer solstice, days become longest and nights shortest. Summer season generally starts soon after the Holi festival (in the month of March) and ends in the month of June. As day-length increases, summer season temperature become at highest peak point; however, as day-length decreases, summer temperature goes down slowly. When it becomes summer in Northern Hemisphere, it becomes winter in Southern Hemisphere. Weather becomes quite dry in this season however because of high temperature, warm air runs all through the season which is intolerable to us.
Summer Season Essay 2 (150 words)
Summer season covers the months March, April, May and June. It is the hottest season of the year as temperature reaches at its highest point. During this season, days get longer and hotter whereas nights shorter. In the middle of the day, sun rays are very hot. Hot wind runs all through the day which makes all around environment dry and rough. During peak summer season, small streams, wells, and ponds get dry up. People living in the rural areas suffer the lack of water, high heat, dryness, etc a lot because of the lack of electricity and other comfortable resources.
In spite of high heat, people enjoy eating summer season fruits like mangoes, cucumber, jackfruits, lichee, muskmelon, watermelon, etc in abundance. People in the urban areas enjoy a lot of activities in this season like swimming, tour to the hilly regions, Water Park, Fun Food Village, etc.
Summer Season Essay 3 (200 words)
Summer season is the hottest season of the year which makes outing almost impossible all through the day. People generally go outside to the market in the late evening or night. Most of the people enjoy morning walk in the summer season because of its cooling effect. Dusty, dry, and hot wind runs all through the day. Sometimes, people suffer heat stroke, dehydration, diarrhea, cholera and other health disorders due to the summer. Following are some points we should follow during summer season:
- It is very sunny season.
- We should wear comfortable cotton clothes.
- We should eat and drink cold things to fight summer heat.
- We should take lots of precautions to be healthy and fit all through the season.
- We should go to the hilly regions in summer vacation to easily combat with summer heat.
- We should drink lots of water to avoid dehydration and heat stroke.
- We should not go outside during day time especially 10am to 5pm to avoid harmful ultraviolet rays.
- We should keep a bowl of water and some rice grains outside in the corridor to save birds from the summer heat.
- We should ask for water to the people especially goods sellers, postman, etc.
- We should use cooling resources for our comfort in summer season; however, try to use less electricity to reduce the bad effects of global warming.
- We should not waste water and electricity.
- We should plant more trees in our surrounding areas and water them on daily basis to reduce the summer heat.
Summer Season Essay 4 (250 words)
Summer season is one of the four seasons of the year. In spite of being a hottest season of the year, kids like it most as they get summer vacation to enjoy in many ways. Summer season is caused due to the tilt of Earth’s rotational axis towards the sun during year-long earth’s revolution around the sun. Summer season brings very hot and dry weather (in Mediterranean regions) and rainy weather (in Eastern Asia because of Monsoon). At some places, storms and thunderstorms (which produce hail, strong winds and tornadoes especially afternoon and evening) are very common in the spring through summer.
Most of the people living in the urban areas cannot bear too much summer heat that’s why they went to seaside resorts, hilly regions, beaches, camps or picnics at cool places in the summer vacations with their kids. They enjoy swimming, eating summer fruits and drinking cold drinks. For some people, summer season is good as they enjoy and entertain them at cool places; however, it really becomes intolerable for people living in the rural areas because of the lack of summer heat beating resources. At some places, people suffer a huge lack of water in their own areas and they have to carry drinking water from long distance.
It is all over good season for the children as they get one and half months long summer vacation, enjoy at home with family, go for touring at cool places, enjoy swimming, and eat ice-creams including summer fruits. Generally, people enjoy summer morning walk before sun rise as it gives cool, calm and happy feeling with fresh air.
Summer Season Essay 5 (300 words)
Mainly, there are four seasons in India; summer season is one of them. It is very hot season however mostly liked by people. It occurs for four months (March, April, May and June) however May and June are high heated months of the summer season. Summer season is caused because of the movement of the earth around the Sun (called as earth’s revolution). During this movement, when part of earth comes nearer to the sun, gets heated (because of straight and direct sun’s rays) which bring the summer season. In this season, days become long and night short.
It falls after the festival of Holi and ends before the start of rainy season. All the water evaporated during summer season, stores in the form of vapor in the atmosphere (which makes clouds) and fall as rain in the rainy season. There are some advantages as well as disadvantages of the summer season. On one hand, when it is the season of enjoyment and rest for kids; on the other hand, it puts people at various problems and risks such as high heat, storm, heat stroke, dehydration, summer-boils, weakness, restless, etc. Mid-day of summer days become full of terrible heat which cause many weak people to die or suffer from sun-strokes.
At many places in India, people suffer scarcity of water and drought condition as wells, canals, and rivers go dry. Trees suffer falling of leaves because of lack of water. Everywhere dusty and hot wind runs which keeps people at health risk. We need to eat more fruits, cold things and drink more water in order to beat the summer heat.
Summer Season Essay 6 (400 words)
Summer is the hottest season among four seasons of the year. It begins on the day of Summer Solstice however ends on the day of Autumnal Equinox. Southern and Northern Hemispheres are located in opposite directions; so, when it is summer in Southern Hemisphere, it is winter in the northern hemisphere.
Facts about Summer Season:
Following are some facts regarding the summer season:
- Summer season occurs as earth is tilted towards the sun (means hemisphere tilted in the direction of the sun experiences summer whereas hemisphere tilted away to sun experiences winter).
- Children become happier in summer as they get long vacation from school.
- December, January, and February are also the months of summer however in the Southern Hemisphere, and June, July, and August are months of summer in the Northern Hemisphere.
- It is the season which keeps people outdoor for most of the time.
- It contains longest and warmest days of the year.
- We get interesting fruits and crops.
Why Summer is Hot Weather
It is the season of excessive temperature and dry weather including violent monsoons which causes rising death tolls. Weather in this season grows warmer because of the high temperature which leads to droughts with short water supply, scarcity or completely lack of water in some regions. Heat waves and spikes in temperature make this season excessively hot weather which creates number of problems to both, people and wildlife.
Many summer deaths (people or animals) are caused by dehydration due to heat waves. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, high heat waves are the reason of deadliest extreme weather in summer. So, it is good to stay well hydrated all through the season. According to the National Academy of Science’s Food and Nutrition Board, women should normally take 2.7 liters of water and men 3.7 liters on daily basis in the summer. However, people involved in vigorous exercises must take more water than normal.
It has been recorded by the NOAA’s National Climatic Data Center that year 2014 was the hottest summer. According to NASA, global heat is increasing during summer year by year because of the human created global warming. And, it seems that, this rising temperature will soon make this world a summer-like place all through the year.
As we are human being, the most intelligent creation of God, we must think and act positively towards this ever increasing temperature. We should enjoy the summer season by using all the comfortable resources however we should not cross the limit. We should enjoy within limit and always save water and electricity. We should not waste water and electricity because there is very less percentage of clean water on this earth and unnecessary use of electricity cause global warming. Come on! We can do it by joining our hands together.
Mr. Gelb is the author of “Conquering the College Admissions Essay in 10 Steps.”
In preparation for the senior year, most students try to plan their summers around some kind of résumé-building job, internship, coursework or community service, with the necessary stops along the way for beach and barbecue.
Summer is also an ideal time to get the jump on your college admissions essay.
These less hurried months before the onslaught of a highly pressured fall offer the chance for students to think, reflect and connect with a writing topic that can then be developed into 500 words of polished prose.
So how can you use the summer before senior year to your best advantage?
Here are half a dozen suggestions to keep in mind:
- Clear your head. Distractions like TV, texting, video games and Internet surfing can seriously inhibit inspiration. Once your school term is over, schedule some time away from those electronic diversions and find a park bench, rooftop, library carrel or some other quiet place where you can hear your thoughts bubbling up from deep down in your consciousness.
- Ask yourself exploratory questions. In looking for an essay topic, an excellent way to begin is by asking questions that can turn up some juicy conflict. Some examples: What has been the hardest thing I have ever had to face? If I had to quickly replay my life, which two or three moments would jump out ahead of all others? Which experiences have really pulled me out of my comfort zone? When have I ever felt pure rage? Write down your answers to these questions (trying to devise questions of your own as well) and, as time passes, note the answers you keep coming back to. There may be some fertile ground for an essay in those responses.
- Write it down. While we’re on the subject of writing things down, let’s make this the summer that you carry around a pad and pencil or some kind of wireless device to record your thoughts. Take it from this writer: if you don’t write it down, you’re bound to lose it.
- Familiarize yourself with the narrative form. Everyone loves a good story — particularly the overburdened college admissions counselor who has to read hundreds of student essays, too many of which view this assignment as an opening for self-promotion. It is far better to think of the college admissions essay as your chance to tell a good story. Stories are narratives, and narratives have formal elements, like a specific time frame, a point of view and a certain degree of conflict. Read some good stories this summer — not just sample essays — and be conscious of their narrative techniques. Where do they start? How do they end? What is the central conflict? How is it resolved?
- Enjoy yourself. These warm, feel-good months make it easier to relax, and approaching the college admissions essay with less anxiety is a good thing. In fact, it would be extremely beneficial to view this assignment not as an onerous task but as a creative act. In that vein, you’ll want to commit yourself to the work, accept the idea that your essay will evolve through a series of drafts and allow yourself to take some pleasure in the process. Who knows? You may even discover the joy of rewriting.
- Own your essay. Make an ironclad commitment that this is going to be your essay. No one should be permitted to write it for you — not a parent, not a sibling, not a hired gun. This essay needs to reflect your authentic voice, and perhaps making such a commitment is one of those things you’ll actually want to affirm, in writing, this summer.
It’s no mean feat to produce a powerful essay on a highly personal subject, but the good news is that we all have stories within us that deserve to be told. In the quieter, less pressured time of summer, those stories stand a better chance of coming into their own.
Do you have some advice of your own to add, regarding college admissions essays — and how prospective applicants might start priming the pump over the summer? Please use the box below to let us know.