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SCIENCE/ASSESSMENT
Watching the Seasons Unfold!

Submitted by: I Love That Teaching Idea! Staff
From: SLC, Utah
Date Submitted: May 30, 2001

After studying about the seasons, divide your students into 4 different groups. Give each group a large poster board and assign them a season. Each group is to then brainstorm all of the different activities they might do during each season. They should also think about what kind of clothes they wear during those seasons. Pass out old magazines and catalogs for them to cut out pictures that remind them of "their" season. Glue the pictures onto the poster. Also encourage them to write words about that season. Have them draw their own pictures that go with that season. Once they are all finished, tape each poster edge to the next one using duck tape. Be sure to add a cover to this as well. This makes a fun book to add to your reading center because it will stand up on its own as the children read it. And it folds back up so easily!

     
 

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