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The Seasons

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  • 1. WEATHER, THESEASONS, ANDHOLIDAYS!Jenny Shaw and Sammi Scribner
  • 2. -Grade 2-Science“Observe, describe and measure changes in the weather, both long termand short term.”
  • 3. Summer Winter SpringFall References
  • 4. Summer Summer Summer Months Weather Clothes• June • Hot • Tee Shirts• July • Sunny • Shorts• August • Dry • Flip Flops Click To View Click To View Summer Holidays! Summer Activity!
  • 5. SUMMER ACTIVITY Back To Summer!
  • 6. Winter Winter Months Winter Clothes Weather • December • Cold • Coat • January • Snowy • Sweater • February • Windy • Boots Click To View Click To View Winter Activity!Winter Holidays!
  • 7. WINTER ACTIVITY Back To Winter!
  • 8. Spring Spring Months Spring Clothes Weather • March • Rainy • Tee Shirts • April • Sunny • Capris • May • Windy • Tennis ShoesClick To View Spring Click To View Spring Holidays! Activity!
  • 9. SPRING ACTIVITY Back To Spring!
  • 10. Fall Months Fall Weather Fall Clothes • September • Chilly • Jacket • October • Cloudy • Jeans • November • Windy • Tennis ShoesClick To View Fall Click To View Fall Holidays! Activity!
  • 11. FALL ACTIVITY Back To Fall!
  • 12. Flag Day Father’s Day Independence DayBack To Summer!
  • 13. HOW I CELEBRATE FLAG DAY Back To Summer Holidays!
  • 14. Back To SummerHolidays!
  • 15. HOW I CELEBRATE INDEPENDENCE DAY Back To Summer Holidays!
  • 16. Christmas New Year’s Groundhog Day Valentine’s DayHanukkahBack To Winter!
  • 17. HOW I CELEBRATE CHRISTMAS Back To Winter Holidays!
  • 18. HOW I CELEBRATE NEW YEAR’S Back To Winter Holidays!
  • 19. HOW I CELEBRATE GROUNDHOG’S DAY Back To Winter Holidays!
  • 20. HOW I CELEBRATE HOW I CELEBRATEVALENTINE’S DAY Back To Winter Holidays!
  • 21. HANUKKAH Back To Winter Holidays!
  • 22. Saint Patrick’s Day Easter Mother’s DayBack To Spring!
  • 23. HOW I CELEBRATE SAINT PATRICK’S DAY Back To Spring Holidays!
  • 24. HOW I CELEBRATE EASTER Back To Spring Holidays!
  • 25. HOW I CELEBRATE MOTHER’S DAY Back To Spring Holidays!
  • 26. Labor Day Halloween Columbus Day ThanksgivingBack To Fall!
  • 27. HOW I CELEBRATE LABOR DAY Back To Fall Holidays!
  • 28. HOW I CELEBRATE HALLOWEEN Back To Fall Holidays!
  • 29. HOW I CELEBRATE COLUMBUS DAY Back To Fall Holidays!
  • 30. HOW I CELEBRATE THANKSGIVING Back To Fall Holidays!
  • 31. REFERENCE PAGEObject SourceSummer, Spring, Winter http://www.schooltube.comActivity VideosHoliday Pictures http://search.creativecommons.org/Menu Icon Pictures ClipartSound Clip Microsoft PowerPoint SoundsFall Activity Video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G8T6Me6YbRQ&feature=related

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