Fun With the Four Seasons!

This TopicQuest was designed for Mrs. Whitesell's Kindergarten Class at Quitman Elementary School

 By Annie Linton, a Valdosta State University Preservice teacher.


Have you ever wondered why some parts of the year are really hot and some parts of the year are really cold, or why some parts of the year are just right?  Have you wondered why the leaves fall?  You will learn about the four seasons: Fall(Autumn), Winter, Spring, and Summer. After visiting my web site, designed just for you,  you will have answers to all of these questions!!  You will be beam an expert on the seasons, and be able to answer questions your friends and family might ask you!


Why do leaves change their color?  Visit this web site and you will get to watch a movie that shows and tells you why and how leaves change their colors!
   snowman   Do you like to read stories and put together puzzles?  Visit Magic Rainbow Winter to have some winter fun!
flower with butterflies
Find out how the First Day of Spring starts from this Nasa web site.  This web page was designed by scientists who....
Do you want to know more about summer?  You can visit this summer website to find out about summer holidays.
Visit this online encyclopedia for kids, and find out information on all four seasons!  You will be surprised at how many interesting facts you can find!
Visit this web site and you can make your very own snowflake and publish it on the web site for others to see!  You can even send your own snowflake to your friends!


Your Mission!

Imagine yourself  in a winter wonderland.  What do you think the weather would be like?  If you guessed the weather might be cold, you guessed right!!  In a winter wonderland there would be snow and ice all around.  Well, what if you could be a snowflake?  Do you know that no snowflake is the same?  That's right, every single snowflake that falls down is different.  Does that remind you of anything?  If it does, that is because no one person is the same.  There is no one in the world just like you, that makes you unique,  just like a snowflake!  In this activity you will be able to make your very own snowflake after imagining your very own winter wonderland.

1.  The first thing you should do is picture yourself in a winter wonderland.  Think of everything that would be around you.  What would you want in your winter wonderland?

2.  The second thing you need to do is draw a picture of what you are imagining in your head.  Make sure you include everything you want in your picture!

3.  Once you are done drawing your very own winter wonderland, you are going to visit a winter site.  Here you can make your very own snowflake.  Remember, this is your very own snowflake, since every snowflake is different.




Welcome to My Wonderful World!



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