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2 Five senses smell touch SpringWinterSummerFall taste see hear

3 Table of content Four seasons and Five senses introduction…… Game instructions …………………………………………………………………………………………………….. Fall………………………………………………………………………………………………………. Winter…………………………………………………………………………………………………. Spring………………………………………………………………………………………………….. Summer……………………………………… The End………………………………………………………………………………………………

4 Seasons & Senses in New York State In New York State… To feel the change of seasons we can… Winter season is so cold that it can snow. In spring it warms up. The flowers bloom and the animals wake up. In summer the weather is warmer to swim outside. In the fall the temperature is cooler. The leaves change colors and the trees give fruits. Hear the different animals. Hear the wind and rain. Touch water, leaves and ground. Smell the air and the flowers. See outside and around us. Taste the rain, snow and food in each season. Hear the different animals. Hear the wind and rain. Touch water, leaves and ground. Smell the air and the flowers. See outside and around us. Taste the rain, snow and food in each season.

5 What can I sense in each season in N.Y. State? In each season we can sense different things. Lets do the following exercises to practice what we can and cannot do in each season in N.Y. state. Lets review seasons and senses while practicing answering correctly with the verb can. Remember: cant = cannot and it always goes in the no answer.

6 What can I sense in the Fall in N.Y. State? Read and listen to the question, look at the picture and click the yes or no buttons to answer. Can I see the leaves changing colors in the Fall? Yes, I can. No, I cant

7 What can I sense in Winter in N.Y.? Click on the correct answers. Can I taste freshly picked apples in winter? Yes, I can No, I cant Yes, I can No, I cant

8 What can I sense in Spring in N.Y. State? Can I taste freshly picked apples in Spring? Can I smell the blooming flowers in Spring? Can I smell the blooming flowers in Spring? Yes, I can. No, I cant Yes, I can No, I cant

9 What can I sense in Summer in N.Y. State? Can I taste the cold snow in Summer? Can I feel the wet water while swimming in the Summer? Yes, I can. No, I cant. Yes, I can. No, I cant

10 Keep trying! In N.Y. state, summer temperature varies between 50 and 95 degrees F. In the warmer days you can swim on the lakes. The temperature has to be 30 degrees Fareingeith so it can snow. In Summer does not snow in N.Y. State.

11 No! In New York you can pick apples during the Fall and see snow during the winter.

12 Great Job! In N.Y. state snows in winter. You can pick and eat fresh apples between September and November, during the Fall. Go back to winter Go to spring

13 Try again! Yes, you can see the leaves changing colors in the fall in New York State. Leaves change colors between the months of September and end of November.

14 AWESOME! In N.Y. during the summer season is hot enough to bathe on the lake. There are many lakes and rivers to swim in N. Y. state. The weather is too warm in Summer for tasting snow. Go back to Summer Go to Fall

15 Excellent! Yes, you can see the leaves changing colors in the fall in New York State. Leaves change colors between the months of September and end of November. Go back to fall in N.Y. Go to winter

16 No! In Spring you can smell the blooming flowers. You can eat apples during the Fall season in N.Y. State.

17 Good! In Spring you can smell the blooming flowers. You can eat apples during the Fall season in N.Y. State. Go back to Spring Go to Summer

18 Now you know some things that you can and you cannot do in the different seasons in New York. Go out and enjoy the weather! If you want to review the lesson touch here.


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