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404 resources with the keyterm Seasons

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The Seasonal Round and The Cycle of Life

For Teachers 7th
Seventh graders recognize moments of importance in people's lives and asks them to find meaning in the stages of their own and other's lives. They are taught that all cultures have rites of passage for similar stages in the cycle of life.
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Haikus for All Seasons

For Teachers 6th - 8th
Students venture outside and take notes on what they observe through their five senses. They use the Olympus D-545 digital cameras to capture pictures that they feel best represent the current season. Students write one to the three...
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Springtime

For Teachers K
Students examine the use of KidPix software before making a slide show that shows their ideas about spring. They listen to books about seasonal change. Next, they draw a spring picture, write a sentence and their name on their KidPix...
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Staying Healthy Year Round

For Teachers K
Students are read a variety of books and observe the weather in the different seasons. In groups, they compare and contrast the type of activities people are doing. They also discuss how they adapt to the changes in seasons by the...
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The Sun, Earth's Angles, and the Seasons

For Teachers 5th - 8th
Students determine if the angle of light bombardment is a factor in heat absorption. They correlate these findings to the tilt of the Earth and the seasons. Students fold a pice of black construction paper in half, lengthwise. They tape...
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San Francisco Bay Watershed

For Teachers 7th - 8th
Young scholars examine relief maps of California and discuss the San Francisco Bay watershed. Discussion continues with the class helping complete a journey of water through seasons in a "finish my sentences" style lecture. They label...
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5 Senses Poem

For Teachers K
Students discuss what characteristics they learned about each season through the story read aloud. They identify each season and come up with objects for each season, such as clothing, activities one can do, and describe the scenery....
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The Four Seasons for First Grade

For Teachers 1st
First graders examine the seasonal changes that occur. Students listen to the book "Caps, Hats, Socks, and Mittens" before discussing the current weather and any approaching holidays. After a brief lecture on the different seasons, they...
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Earth and Seasons

For Teachers 6th
Sixth graders comprehend that the path Earth takes as it revolves around the sun is called its orbit. They also comprehend that the axis is an imaginary line that passes through Earth's center and its North and South Poles. Students...
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Lesson Three: Types And Color of Corn

For Teachers 4th - 6th
Pupils view enlarged map of Hopi reservation, identify four main colors of corn, discuss four directions and colors of corn each direction represents, orally identify four directions in Hopi, and write four colors and directions in Hopi.
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Seasonal Activities

For Teachers 3rd - 5th
Students review the characteristics of the four seasons. Individually, they draw a picture showing a person wearing the proper clothing and participating in an activity related to the season being shown. They do one picture for each...
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Sensational Seasonal Students

For Teachers 1st
First graders analyze the seasons and cycles of the Earth. In groups, they create a seasons book on the computer using their own photographs and graphics. Using the photographs, they note the differences in clothing and activities. They...
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Celestial Seasonings

For Teachers 3rd - 6th
Students review and discuss video about the relationships between the Earth, Sun and Moon. They create a HyperStudio stack about the Earth, Sun and Moon including created animation. Students present their finished product to the class.
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What Does Your First Day of Winter Look Like?

For Teachers K
Students brainstorm the characteristics of winter. Using an email program, they share their characteristics of winter with those in another part of the country. They compare and contrast each letter they receive with their own criteria...
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Canadian Winters

For Teachers 6th
Sixth graders examine the conditions of Canada's provinces during the winter months. In groups, they discover the types of sports practiced and discuss how it relates to their culture. They also view paintings by Robert Harris and...
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Flora, Fauna, and the Passing Seasons

For Teachers 1st - 3rd
Students discover representations in art, religion and cultural practices of the flora and fauna of specific geographical regions in this early elementary lesson plan. The lesson ends with a mural project by the entire class.
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ESOL Environment and the World

For Teachers Higher Ed
Students examine vocabulary cards with pictures of each season and weather terms. They answer a series of questions regarding the weather using the correct vocabulary. They use magazines and newspapers to find pictures and activities...
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Seasons

For Teachers K
Students use the Internet to research the Web Lessons page. They discuss whether or not it would be possible to have a snowman in Tucson. They discuss what a person in Tucson COULD make.
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House of seasons

For Teachers 2nd
Second graders explore the concept of seasons. They analyze the quantity and forms of precipitation associated with the different seasons. Students create a collage on one of the four seasons to present to the class.
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Getting Out on the Land

For Teachers 5th - 8th
Students explore seasonal change in the environment around their community. They investigate how changes in climate are affecting hunting, trapping, fishing and berry picking around their community. Students write about the...
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Spring, Summer, Winter, Fall--Special Times for Us All

For Teachers K
Students explore about the four seasons of the year by discovering special characteristics (changes in trees) that are associated with each season. They recognize concept of calendar time using appropriate vocabulary.
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Weather Changes

For Teachers 2nd
Second graders use a word processor to create a trading card that describes how weather changes during the seasons. They observe and record weather changes over time and relate to time of day and time of year.
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Seasonal Memory Quilt

For Teachers 2nd
Second graders write a sentence describing a season and one thing to do in that season that is consistent with the weather at that time of year. They use Microsoft clip art to search for a picture to go along with their sentence....
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Winter to Spring Changes

For Teachers K
Students use Kid Pix to choose different pictures that represent the winter and spring seasons. They write one sentence telling which season they like the best and why. Students recognize and explain seasonal changes of the environment.