All About Seasons

In this lesson students will learn about the four seasons, and how they are similar and different from each other. This will be an introductory lesson before going into depth about each season.

This lesson uses visual aids to guide students during the beginning steps of the activity. Visuals prompt student imagination, creativity, and ideas about what a certain concept will be about. It also allows students to make thoughtful predictions about the given topic, that may not have be thought about previously.

Guiding Questions:

  1. Can you name the season that each picture represents?
  2. What do you already know about each season? Do the pictures tell you anything?
  3. Do seasons look different depending on where you live?
  4. Do you have a favorite season?

Pictures Used:

Spring Awakening – Gellinger


Beach Foam Motion – Pexels

Colorful Autumn Leaves – Petr Kratochvil

4 Replies to “All About Seasons”

  1. I love this activity! I allows students to talk about their own experiences and compare with each other, expanding on their own views of what each season means and brings. Relating the material to each student brings great context and understanding.

  2. This is a great activity as it allows students to explore their own experiences with different seasons. Not all students are going to have the same experience with seasons so this is a good activity to compare that!

  3. Great idea! I appreciate your guiding questions getting students to think deeper into what they know as typical seasons versus what other students may experience. I could also see this lesson used in art class where students can paint or depict in some way their favorite season accompanied with a poem.

  4. I love this activity! I could totally see this in a Kindergarten or first grade class. The season pictures are very clear so students are not confused. They can using describing words and examine their community. They will love it!

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