Seasons Samara Nenadov EDU 290 9:30-10:45 Tue/Thur
Poem Four Seasons Springtime is a green time When seedlings start their growing. Summertime’s a rainbow time When many blooms are blowing. Autumntime’s a brown time When seeds are ripe for sowing; But wintertime’s a white time (It’s the flower’s nighttime) When stars of frost are glowing This poem was by Rowena Bennett
Facts about Seasons The Earth has four seasons. Seasons are the changes in the weather that last for a certain period of time. View slide
How Seasons Occur The Earth is always moving around the Sun and is always spinning even though we cannot feel it. Because the Earth is spinning parts of the Earth are closer to the Sun and and other parts are farther away from the Sun at one given time. The Earth is tilted to the side just slightly as it turns. This causes the Earth to have seasons. View slide
The Seasons Move In Order Winter Spring Summer Fall
Winter Temperatures tend to be colder in the winter versus the other seasons. The part of the Earth that experiences winter is the part that is tilted and turned far away from the Sun. In the winter the weather tends to have snow and ice. Tree branches look bare and some animals to go into hibernation. The days become short and nights become long. Even though you may be experiencing winter there are other people across the world experiencing summer at the same time.
Clothing for the Winter Outside Boots Heavy Coat Scarf Hat Warm gloves or mittens Sometimes snowsuits Inside Pants Sweaters
Fun in the Winter Ice Skating Sledding Skiing Shoveling Snow Throwing Snowballs Plowing the Streets
Poem Ice When it is winter time I run up the street And I make the ice laugh With my little feet- “Crickle, crackle, crickle Crrreeet, crrreeet, crrreeet.” This poem was by Dorthy Aldis It was taken from Sung Under the Silver Umbrella, by the Macmillan Company.
Spring Temperatures increase compared to winter and days grow longer. Flowers burst into bloom and buds appear on branches of trees. Grass becomes green again. Animals start to come out of hibernation.
Clothing for the Spring The weather starts off cooler because of the winter temperatures but then becomes warmer. Because of the temperature differences there is a variety of clothing worn. Sometimes pants and sweatshirts Sometimes shorts and a t-shirt
Fun in the Spring Flying a kite Gardening Picking flowers Swinging Fishing Jump rope Riding bicycles
Poem Kite Days A kite a sky, and a good firm breeze, And acres of ground away from the trees, And one hundred yards of clean, strong string- O boy, O boy! I call that Spring! This poem is by Mark Sawyer This was taken from Sing a Song of Seasons
Summer Insects come out and buzz from leaf to flower. Birds nest are hidden by green leaves on trees. Baby birds are in these nests. The days are hot, sunny, and long At this time the Earth is tilted and facing the towards the Sun While you may be having summer someone else across the world is having winter at the same time.
Clothing for the Summer Shorts T-shirts Sandals Sneakers Sunglasses to keep the sun out of our eyes Sun Screen (it is important to wear this when you are in contact with the sun) Bathing Suits
Fun in the Summer Swimming Mowing the Lawn Watering bushes and Flowers Washing the car Sailing Playing outdoor sports Camping out Playing in a wading pool
Poem Sniff When school is out, we love to follow our noses over a hill and hollow, smelling jewelweed and vetch, sniffing fern and milkweed patch. The air fifth of our five senses leads us under, over, fences. We run like rabbits through bright hours and poke our noses into flowers! This poem is by Frances Frost It was taken from Sing and Seasons
Fall Fall is the season where leaves fall off trees and change colors. Another name for Fall is Autumn. Leaves are the colors Red, Orange, Yellow, and Brown. Birds nests are empty and dry leaves crunch beneath your feet. Crops are harvested and days become shorter
Clothes for the Fall Pants Sweatshirt or Sweater Jackets
Fun in the Fall Raking leaves Jumping in piles of leaves Picking apples Taking hikes Playing football Canoeing
Autumn Woods Autumn Woods I like the woods In autumn When dry leaves hide the ground, When the trees are bare And the wind sweeps by With the lonesome rushing sound. I can rustle the leaves In autumn And I can make a bed In the thick dry leaves That have fallen From the bare trees Overhead. This poem is by James S. Tippett Taken from Sung Under the Silver Umbrella by Macmillan Company.
Sources Information found at these sites http://chalk.richmond.edu/education/projects/webunits/cycles/seasons.html http://chalk.richmond.edu/education/projects/webunits/cycles/winter.html http://chalk.richmond.edu/education/projects/webunits/cycles/summer.html http://chalk.richmond.edu/education/projects/webunits/cycles/spring.html
Sources Slide 5 Pictures: By David Blackwell. Winter pic. http://www.flickr.com/photos/mobilestreetlife/3104715999/ By Jim Crotty Fall pic. http://www.flickr.com/photos/jimcrotty/5107845168/sizes/o/in/photostream/ By Joe Shlabotnik Summer pic. http://www.flickr.com/photos/joeshlabotnik/2054513143/
By Dendroica cerulea Spring pic. http://www.flickr.com/photos/dendroica/3709040356/sizes/m/in/photostream/
Sources Slide 7 Picture: By Winston Hearn Winter clothes http://www.flickr.com/photos/winstonavich/57804708/ Slide 11 Picture: By Lily Mulholland Spring clothes http://www.flickr.com/photos/9417976@N03/4314699573/ Slide 15 Picture: By Emma Royle Summer clothes http://www.flickr.com/photos/batgirlbob/3438285273/ Slide 19 Picture:
By Choko Fall clothes http://www.flickr.com/photos/chokola/1229395813/
Sources Slide 8 Picture: By Joe Shlabotnik Winter act. http://www.flickr.com/photos/joeshlabotnik/572477001/sizes/m/in/photostream/ Slide 12 Picture: By Leon Wilson Spring act. http://www.flickr.com/photos/chop/242207815/sizes/m/in/photostream/ Slide 16 Picture: By John VanderHaagen Summer act. http://www.flickr.com/photos/jvh33/487536537/ Slide 20 Picture: By Allan Chatto Fall act. http://www.flickr.com/photos/besighyawn/4988973969/