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The Four Seasons Janalyn Christensen 1st Grade Science Standard 2, Objective 3
The Four Seasons Spring Fall Summer Winter Click on a season to learn more! Assignment
Spring Rains a lot! Flowers begin to grow. Temperatures start to get warmer. You can wear short sleeve shirts, carry umbrellas, and wear rain boots. Home
Summer School is out! You get to go swimming at the pool. Temperatures are hot, hot, hot! You can wear shorts, flip flops, sunglasses, and sunscreen. Home
Fall School begins again. The leaves start to fall off the trees. Temperatures start to cool off. You can wear sweatshirts, jeans, tennis shoes, and baseball caps. Home
Winter Snow starts to fall. You get to build snowmen and go sledding. Temperatures are very cold. You can wear hats, gloves, coats, snow boots, and long pants. HomeContCont.
School is over!Days are longer Temperatures are hot, hot, hot! Days are spent outside What Season Am I? It is still raining Summer Assignment
What Season Am I? Playing outside consists of building snowmen Bundle up tight! Days are very short Snow blankets the ground The temperatures are the coldest of the year Winter Assignment
What Season Am I? Flowers start to bloom New animals are born Snow turns to RainBirds begin to chirp Temperatures slowly get warmer Spring Assignment
What Season Am I? School begins again The leaves on the trees change colors Temperatures get cooler Days grow shorterThe air grows crisp Fall Assignment
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LTXtSGf1VdY Click on the link below to watch a fun video about the seasons! Home
Homework Assignment Students will be given a worksheet that contains scenes of each season. Students will be expected to cut out and place clothing and seasonal items in the correct scene. Two from each season will be provided. Lower level learners will only be given one per season, higher level learners will be asked to draw in an additional item per season.
Additional Websites https://news2you.n2y.com/kidssite/index.html www.theweatherchannelkids.com Click on the following links to find games and other interactive material to help you learn more about the seasons.
References Images of seasonal temperatures and today’s forecast from https://news2you.n2y.com/kidssite/index.html https://news2you.n2y.com/kidssite/index.html Youtube video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LTXtSGf1VdY http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LTXtSGf1VdY Other pictures, taken by myself; Janalyn Christensen
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