A Winter Morning Paragraph

‘A Winter Morning’ is an excellent topic for paragraph writing. Because there is a lot to say about this. Especially in a country like Bangladesh, where six seasons come and go, the change of seasons is a remarkable natural phenomenon. Even a child can talk in detail about the changes that take place in nature with the arrival of winter. Thus describing a winter morning is a simple matter.

Here we have written two paragraphs as a sample. Students will feel comfortable writing a neat paragraph of their own by following them.

A Winter Morning Paragraph
Writing a paragraph about a winter morning is an easy task.

By: Haque | Words: 160 | 11-11-’22

Write a paragraph on ‘A Winter Morning’ on the basis of the questions given below:

  • Is a winter morning foggy or sunny?
  • Do poor village children like it? If not, why?
  • When does the sun usually peep in a winter morning?
  • How does nature look on a winter morning?
  • How is it to the morning school students?
  • Do you like it? Why or why not?

A winter morning in our country is foggy. It is cold outside. There is dense fog everywhere. Nature looks dull on a winter morning. Everything looks hazy. Things at distance can hardly be seen. The trees are covered with fog and they can not be made out. The sun usually rises late in a winter morning. People get up from bed late. The poor village children and the old men are afraid of the biting cold on a winter morning. They don’t like it. Sometimes they gather straws and make a fire to warm themselves. When the sun rises, they bask in the sun. The students who have to go to school do not like a winter morning. They put on warm clothes. Sometimes they do not want to go to school. But for rich families, winter mornings are an enjoyable time. In the morning, Payesh is prepared with date Juice. Indeed, nature looks lifeless on a winter morning.

A Foggy Winter Morning Paragraph
A winter morning is shrouded in fog.

A Winter Morning Paragraph for Class 6

By: Haque | Words: 170 | 11-11-’22

Write a paragraph on a winter morning giving a short description to the foggy modes of its own. You are required to give a short note to the charms of the winter morning.

A winter morning is cool, calm, and bright in our country. The early hours are foggy and the sun rises unveiling the mist. The dews on grass, leaves, and petals sparkle like pearls in the sunbeams and disappear after a while. It is pleasant to take a morning walk breathing the cool air, smelling the sweet scent of flowers, hearing the chirping of birds, and feeling cool dew-drops under the feet. It is an ideal time for a sportsman to practice his events, for the young to jog and for the old to walk. Many bask in the morning sun. The cool date juice is a refreshing drink and the rich enjoy rice cakes with molasses. In the northern region, the poor who have no quilt or warm clothes shiver in the biting cold. A winter morning brings a basket of sufferings to those who have nothing to fight in the biting cold, but the basket of happiness and pleasure to those who have many things to fighting the foggy winter morning.


A Winter Morning Paragraph for Class 7

By: Haque | Words: 200 | 11-11-’22

Morning is the time from sunrise to noon. A winter morning is a cold and foggy morning when nature looks gloomy and dim. Distant things can’t be seen clearly through thick fog. The sun seems to rise late and set early in winter. Nights are relatively long and days are short. People and children wake up late on winter mornings. It is very comfortable to lie in bed by wrapping up with a blanket. But a winter morning may not be enjoyable for all. Poor people can’t afford warm clothes. So, they suffer from colds. They warm themselves by burning straw and dry leaves. Then when the sun rises, they bask in the sun. The availability of some special foods makes winter special. Sweet date juice is the main attraction. Different types of Pithas are also prepared during this season. These are the good aspects that set a winter morning apart from other seasons. The last thing I like to say at the end of this winter morning paragraph is that the wealthy in our society should come forward to distribute more warm clothes and blankets to the poor. If we do, winter mornings will become pleasant for all of us.


A Winter Morning Paragraph for Class 8, 9, 10

By: Haque | Words: 250 | 21-12-’22

A winter morning is a morning unlike any other. It is often foggy and very cold. Sometimes the fog is so dense that everything is cloaked and nothing can be seen even at a short distance. On such a foggy winter morning, people do not dare to step out of the house. Communication and transportation are disrupted. Cars can’t ply the roads, and sometimes even airplane flights are canceled. The sun rises late on winter mornings. When the sun rises, the fog gradually disappears. A winter morning brings misfortune to the poor. They are shivering in the extreme cold due to a lack of warm clothes. Some of them make fires of dry straw and leaves to warm themselves. The rich wrapped themselves in warm clothes and enjoyed the view of the winter morning. In the winter morning, the animals became helpless. They try to escape from the extreme cold. People and children get out of bed late. Dew fell on leaves and grass all night long. When the morning sun rays fall on the dewdrops, they sparkle like pearls. Then the sun begins to rise and nature returns to normal. Workers have breakfast and go to work. People often enjoy different types of ‘pitha’ on winter mornings. Delicious sweets are also prepared with date juice. Thus the winter morning brings joy to the rich but brings sorrow to the poor. But I think, if we want, we can reduce this disparity to some extent. If the rich in our society participate more in distributing warm clothes to the poor, then a winter morning can be enjoyable for the poor too.

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A teacher, writer and blogger, started allparagraph noting students search online for paragraphs on various topics, short and simple essays, edifying stories and other materials of study. In composing these lessons we have tried to use as simple language as possible, keeping young students in mind. If you find any text inappropriate, please let us know so we can make it more useful through necessary corrections and modifications. Thank you!

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