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This activity book has 20 replayable activities that teach children about seasonal changes in weather, plant life, constellations, states of matter and more. Engaging audio and animations along with favorite characters such as Anna and Olaf make the activities super fun. This activity book also helps introduce science concepts and gets children familiar with charts and graphs. It’s a great activity book for children ages 3 to 6.
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Children love magnets and they’ll love creating scenes with this fun puzzle game. It includes four season cards that children can complete using magnetic tiles. As they change the scenery or alter the clothing the characters wear, children will become more aware and familiar with the differences between the times of year. This game folds up nicely into a “book” with interior storage for all 115 magnets. It is designed with children aged 3 to 8 in mind.
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Why not teach art along with science? “Sing a Song of Seasons” is perfect for an integrated approach to learning. This collection of 366 poems contains new works as well as familiar favorites, like those by William Shakespeare, Emily Dickinson, Langston Hughes, and others. Each day offers a new poem accompanied by a lovely illustration, seamlessly weaving lessons on science and nature throughout the week. This book is perfect for kids in third grade and up.
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“All Seasons of the Year” presents the story of a mama cat loving her kitten through the passing of the seasons. Preschoolers will love learning about the seasons while enjoying a cozy reading session with their parents, grandparents or other loved ones. This book is ideal for children in preschool to third grade.
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Hang these posters for easy access to learning anytime. On one poster, the seasons are grouped with their accompanying months, combining several subjects in one easy lesson. Other posters cover the planet and weather, shapes and colors, and the days of the week. The bright colors used on each poster hold children’s attention while they learn. This set can be used in the classroom or in a child’s bedroom and is ideal for children ages 2 to 6.
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This easy-to-learn, quick-play game makes it simple for children to commit the different seasons to memory. Kids will draw a card and then place the season-specific felt toy onto the corresponding season board. This is a great game to give as a gift and for children ages 3 to 6 to play at home or in the classroom.
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“Watching the Seasons” is an excellent book for both science and reading. It allows students to expand their scientific knowledge as well as their vocabulary. This book features a glossary and pronunciation guide for unfamiliar words and makes a great addition to any home or classroom library for younger readers.
“Learning the seasons is so much fun. Between poems, stories and multisensory learning, the seasons are something to be enjoyed by both students and instructors alike. As parents continue to bring up the different seasons regularly, little ones will become more and more comfortable with identifying them.”