|It rains a lot in the spring.
|The trees are full of buds, and the flowers are starting to bloom.
|My favorite spring flowers are tulips and daffodils.
|The birds come back from the south.
|I can always tell that spring is here when I see my first robin of the season.
|The robins pull worms from the wet ground.
|When it isn’t raining, my friends and I go outside and toss a ball around.
|We look forward to the summer, but we are glad to get outside after the long winter.
|The air smells so fresh in the spring.
|My mother always tells me not to track mud into the house.
|It’s very muddy in our yard in the springtime.
|I wipe my muddy feet before I go into the house.
|There are a lot of puddles in my yard.
|I sometimes splash in the puddles, and I get wet and cold, so I have to go into the house.
|I like it when the snow has melted, the rain has stopped, and the sun comes out.
|On sunny days I always get together with my friends.
|On those days we either ride our bikes or play ball.
|My parents like to go for walks on spring evenings.
|They also like to clean up the yard in the spring.
|Everyone seems to be outside.
|The springtime brings people out of their houses.
➡ Lesson 63 – The Birthday Party