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