Cross Curriculum: Seasons

This toolset has various resources that revolved around the four seasons. The seasons are Spring, Summer, Fall and Winter. Not only is this a Science topic, but can be a useful theme for ELA, Math (temperature, counting snow, rain falls).

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    Monthly Themes: Weather

    A resourceful website for weather that includes: a writing prompt, quizzes, word finds, word scrambles, weather for a week, number conversions, crossword puzzle.   

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    BrainPOP Jr. | Seasons | Lesson Ideas

    Seasons Background Information & Activities In this movie, children will learn about different seasons and different types of weather. They'll learn how Earth is tilted on its axis, and how as our planet orbits the Sun, seasons change in different parts of the world!

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    Weather Wiz Kids weather information for kids

    Weather Wiz Kids is a fun and safe website for kids about all the weather info they need to know. It contains tools for weather education, including weather games, activities, experiments, photos, a glossary and educational teaching materials for the classroom.

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    Severe Weather Unit Plan

    Research Severe Weather Unit Grade level: Upper elementary and middle school. Subject Area: Science, Language Arts Unit Description The Severe Weather Patterns unit consists of a series of related lessons that form a comprehensive study of dangerous weather patterns in the United States.

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    Learning About the Seasons

    A variety of websites based upon the four seasons: fall, winter, spring, summer.    

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    Severe Weather Webquest

    Here is a weather WebQuest that students can complete about severe weather.  A WebQuest is a inquiry- oriented learning tool where students complete a series of instructional tasks to complete the WebQuest.

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    The Seasons - Games and activities for kids.

    Kids learn about seasons with painting and creative activities. Includes paint games, creating games and matching games.

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    Hands- on Weather Activities

    Once students have learned to observe weather, they are asked to gather information about weather through a variety of tools that they can build offline.  It is a great way to get students involved in hands- on activities!

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    The Science Spot: Weather Links For Kids

    General Information Weather Channel Kids Weather Encyclopedia Weather Dude Interactive Weather Forecast Weather Watch National Weather Service Bay Kids' Weather Page BBC - What is weather?

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