Saturday, January 28, 2012


We had a blast going more in-depth with each season. We spent one day per season and discussed weather changes and how our lives change because of it (clothing, activities, etc.).
After brainstorming the different changes, the students decorated a tree to correspond to the season and drew themselves in the right clothing doing an activity of that season. After making all 4 trees the students had to put them in order starting with their favorite season.

Anyway, I thought they turned out so cute and wanted to share with you all!

What the cover looks like
Here is a sample page

You can grab the PDF version here
and the Word version here.

I added a thermometer to the pages (wish i did that for my class) so the students can roughly show the temperature of that season. Fonts used: DJ Fat Chat, Abcprint, DJ Light.


SCTiger said...

Thank you! They did a great job!

Ana said...

Precious!! Thanks for sharing :)

tenth avenue south said...

Just found your blog and I ADORE it! I teacher Kindergarten in Alabama and we're doing Daily 5 as well. We're looking for fresh ideas for word work and work on writing... and I stumbled upon your blog. Thanks for the great ideas!

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vicky1970 said...

Hi Judy
Cute blog, thanks for sharing your resources. I'm so glad I found you! I'm your newest follower. Hop on over and see what I'm up to sometime.
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Miss S. said...

I just found your blog.. and I am so happy I did!
I'm your newest follower!
Miss S
Just Teaching...Kindergarten

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Michelle Griffo said...

This is a great idea!


Apples and ABC's

Janet said...

I absolutely love the seasons activities you are using and I plan to incorporate it into my lesson plan. Thank you so much for sharing!!

Hopeless said...

Thanks,i already grab the pdf and doc version.Good luck!


Anonymous said...

Thank you for sharing this! I have linked your blog in my blog post on seasons :)

Unknown said...

This resource is really fantastic to do with my class

Unknown said...

This resource is really fantastic to do with my class

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