Learning seasons

Today we learnt about the four seasons: Spring, Summer, Autumn and Winter.

We created an image to represent each one. We used:

  • White card
  • Tissue paper (we used pink, green, red, orange and white)
  • Pritt stick
  • Brown and black felt tips

First I drew a tree trunk on four seperate pages and then titled each one. Then the boys applied glue to and around the branches. In the mean time I cut up the coloured tissue paper, ready for them to stick on.

We used pink for spring, green for summer, red and orange for autumn and white to represent snow in winter. After the boys had finished sticking down the tissue paper we discussed each season and spoke about what our favourite things for each are.

In spring we have Easter and lots baby animals being born.

In summer we have Solstice, we can play in the garden more, trips to the beach, BBQs and lots of Ice Cream.

In autumn we have lovely walks, Halloween and lots of pine cones and conkers to find.

In winter we have Christmas, big jumpers to keep us warm and hopefully lots of snow!

These are now hung up in our library/relaxation room to remind us of all the wonderful seasons.

Why don’t you try it too?

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