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Learning About Spring, Summer, Fall, and Winter


large calendar
poster for each season
drawing paper
copies of children’s books listed below


1. Divide the children into four groups
with a season poster displayed for
each group.
2. Talk about what various plants and
animals do in the different seasons.
3. On one or several large sheets
of paper, make a circle with the
names of each season written at
equal distances around it.
4. Provide the children with paper, markers, crayons, and
so on, and invite them to draw pictures that remind them of
the seasons.
5. Talk with the children as they work. Help them label their pictures,
either with their own names or with the names of what they are
6. Attach the children's images in the appropriate locations on the large
season circle.
To assess the children's learning, consider the following:
l Can the children identify what makes the various seasons different?
l Can the children explain what various animals and plants do in the
different seasons?
l What kinds of seasonal images are the children creating?
Book: Learn Every Day About Seasons
Center: Science/Discovery/Nature
Topic: Weather
Content: Science
Area: Cognitive
Age: 4 Years Old
Interaction: Individual Child

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