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    • Seasons
      • Spring Summer
      • Fall Winter
      • Summary of the SOL covered
      • Return to my EDLF345 Products Page. Click on this picture anytime to return to this page
    • Spring Affects the weather Affects the plants Affects the animals Next Season!
    • Summer Affects the weather Affects the plants Affects the animals Next Season!
    • Fall (also known as Autumn) Affects the weather Affects the plants Affects the animals Next Season!
    • Winter Affects the weather Affects the plants Affects the animals Next Season!
    • Spring Weather
      • Warmer days
      • Cool nights
      • Often rainy or thunderstorms
      • Length of the days being to get longer
      • Back to Spring
    • Spring and Plants
      • Buds begin to appear on trees
      • Flowers pop up through the soil
      • Buds on the trees turn into leaves
      • Everything begins to look green
      • Offer homes to small animals
      • Back to Spring
    • Spring and Animals
      • Birds are often the first animals to appear
      • Baby animals are born
      • Animals that have a lot of hair may begin shedding as the weather gets warmer
      • Humans begin to wear lighter clothing for the warm weather
      • Back to Spring
    • Summer Weather
      • Warm and hot days
      • Warm nights
      • Thunderstorms
      • Stays light until late evening
      • Back to Summer
    • Summer and Plants
      • Trees are covered with leaves
      • Fewer flowers, more plants
      • Some plants may wilt from the heat and not enough rain
      • Provides shade from the hot sun for animals and humans
      • Back to Summer
    • Summer and Animals
      • Furry animals shed most of their fur to keep cool in the hot weather
      • Some animals come out only at night, when it is cooler
      • Baby animals become independent
      • Humans wear shorts and t-shirts or tank tops
      • Back to Summer
    • Fall Weather
      • Warm days
      • Cool nights
      • Length of daylight begins to get shorter
      • Back to Fall
    • Fall and Plants
      • Leaves begin to change colors and dry
      • Once the leaves are dry, they fall off of the trees
      • Less green, more browns
      • Back to Fall
    • Fall and Animals
      • Birds begin to migrate (fly to states that will have warmer weather for the winter)
      • Animals prepare for winter: furry animals will begin to get thicker fur coats
      • Humans begin to dress in warmer clothes, with sweaters and jackets
      • Back to Fall
    • Winter Weather
      • Cold days
      • Cold nights
      • Precipitation is often snow or ice (sleet)
      • Gets dark in early evening or late afternoon
      • Back to Winter
    • Winter and Plants
      • Evergreens still have needles
      • All other trees are bare
      • Some plants may freeze in the cold weather
      • Back to Winter
    • Winter and Animals
      • Some animals hibernate
      • Furry animals have developed a thick coat to keep them warm during the winter
      • Some animals gain weight during the winter. The fat provides extra warmth in the cold.
      • Humans dress much warmer, with heavy coats and hats and gloves.
      • Back to Winter
    • Summary
      • Addresses the First Grade SOL 1.7 , addressing Earth patterns, cycles, and change.
      • Students can benefit by guiding themselves by clicking on various links to find out what they want to know about the various seasons.
      • Students can also benefit from the teacher going through the slides while teaching the class about the different seasons.
      • Provides a visual representation to supplement a lesson.
      • Seasonal weather paraphrased from http://www.miclimbscience.org/DocPieces/st5el/SCI.V.3.E.2_f.html