Through out this week, the children have been exploring the four seasons. For one of our activity boxes, we set out laminated trees and symbols to go on the trees that represent each of the four seasons…
Before playing with the four season items, the teacher brainstormed with the children about which season each symbol might represent..
The children then put on their thinking caps and sorted the symbols onto the trees. There wasn’t a lot of room at the table so this little girl decided it would be just as fun to try this out on the floor…
This is just one of many activities going on through out the classroom. The children are given plenty of time to choose which activities they want to try and then gravitate from one play experience to another. You can hear lots of talking and laughing as the play goes on…
This is a good reason to keep those floors clean – the entire classroom is part of the learning environment!
Links to more Four Season Fun!
Four seasons felt board activity from Sun Hats and Wellie Boots.
Four seasons art activities from Teach Preschool
Four Seasons Song from Music for Special Kids
Downloadable sounds for Four Seasons from Play 2 Grow
Touchy, Feely, Spinning Seasons Wheel from Fab Mums
Four Seasons Lesson Plan Unit from LAWTEEDAH
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