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2 Seasons Created by: Amanda Jones Created by: Amanda Jones

3 Standards / 1st grade Life Science Recognize daily and seasonal weather changes. / 1. Recognize that weather conditions are constantly changing. / 2. Describe weather patterns associated with the seasons. / 1st grade Life Science Recognize daily and seasonal weather changes. / 1. Recognize that weather conditions are constantly changing. / 2. Describe weather patterns associated with the seasons.

4 Early Fall / Early Fall is when most children head back to school. / This is when many late growing crops like apples, corn, and pumpkins are harvested. / Days are cooler and shorter than summer. / It is too cold to swim, or wear shorts. / Early Fall is when most children head back to school. / This is when many late growing crops like apples, corn, and pumpkins are harvested. / Days are cooler and shorter than summer. / It is too cold to swim, or wear shorts.

5 Late Fall / During late fall, leaves turn red, orange, yellow, and brown, and fall from the trees / Bird's nests are empty and dry leaves crunch beneath walking feet. / Days grow short and cool. / The weather is usually cool enough for a jacket too. / During late fall, leaves turn red, orange, yellow, and brown, and fall from the trees / Bird's nests are empty and dry leaves crunch beneath walking feet. / Days grow short and cool. / The weather is usually cool enough for a jacket too.

6 Winter / In winter, temperatures are colder than any other season. / There may be snow or ice in the weather forecast. / Tree branches are bare. / Some animals go into hibernation in the winter. / Days are short and nights are long. / In winter, temperatures are colder than any other season. / There may be snow or ice in the weather forecast. / Tree branches are bare. / Some animals go into hibernation in the winter. / Days are short and nights are long.

7 Early Spring / In early spring days slowly grow longer than they were in the winter. / The temperature gets warmer but there are still cold snaps. / Tiny green buds appear on tree branches. / Animals begin to come out of hibernation in the spring. / In early spring days slowly grow longer than they were in the winter. / The temperature gets warmer but there are still cold snaps. / Tiny green buds appear on tree branches. / Animals begin to come out of hibernation in the spring.

8 Late Spring / The warm sunshine and lots of rain help grass become bright green again. / Flowers and trees burst into bloom in dazzling color. / The green buds on the trees emerge as leaves / Insects such as bees, mosquitoes, and fireflies come out of hibernation. / The warm sunshine and lots of rain help grass become bright green again. / Flowers and trees burst into bloom in dazzling color. / The green buds on the trees emerge as leaves / Insects such as bees, mosquitoes, and fireflies come out of hibernation.

9 Summer / In the summer time, insects buzz and hum from leaf to flower. / High in a tree, bird's nests are hidden by green leaves. / The days are long, sunny, and hot. / Summer has many fun things you can do, such as swimming, playing outside, washing the car, sailing, outdoor sports such as baseball, camping out. / In the summer time, insects buzz and hum from leaf to flower. / High in a tree, bird's nests are hidden by green leaves. / The days are long, sunny, and hot. / Summer has many fun things you can do, such as swimming, playing outside, washing the car, sailing, outdoor sports such as baseball, camping out.

10 Summary / We have 4 different seasons / Each season has different weather, temperature and day length. / The seasons effect the way plants and animals live and grow / The seasons always follow the same sequence. / We have 4 different seasons / Each season has different weather, temperature and day length. / The seasons effect the way plants and animals live and grow / The seasons always follow the same sequence.

11 Quiz / 1. When to leaves change color and fall from the trees? / A. Summer A. Summer / B. Fall B. Fall / C. Winter C. Winter Need Help? Go Back to the season slides. / 1. When to leaves change color and fall from the trees? / A. Summer A. Summer / B. Fall B. Fall / C. Winter C. Winter Need Help? Go Back to the season slides.

12 Good Job! Now, #2.. / 2. Which season has long, hot sunny days? / A. Winter A. Winter / B. Spring B. Spring / C. Summer C. Summer / 2. Which season has long, hot sunny days? / A. Winter A. Winter / B. Spring B. Spring / C. Summer C. Summer

13 Uh-Oh! / That is not the correct answer. / Go back an check the slides, then guess again. / That is not the correct answer. / Go back an check the slides, then guess again.

14 Great! Thanks for reviewing the seasons with me. Come back soon!!! Thanks for reviewing the seasons with me. Come back soon!!!

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