Spring Has Sprung
This TopicQuest was designed for Mrs. Pannell's Kindergarten class at Clyattville Elementary School by Trennia Johnson, a Valdosta State University Preservice Teacher.
Did you know that Spring is the season when the Earth wakes up? Did you ever wonder why  Flowers begin to grow, rain begins to fall, plants are planted in the fields, and creepy crawlers are galore? Come with me and find out why all these wonderful changes occur?

Ever wonder what the definition of Sping is?  See what Encarta encyclopedia has to say about this wonderful season.
Girl with kite

Roses are red Violets are blue a site of Spring poems just for you.

Easter is one of the holidays that fall in the Spring season.  Find out the story behind the Easter holiday.

There are over 1,000,000 different known species of insects in this world.  Visit A to Z insects and view a few.


What is the weather like in Clyattville, Georgia today? Find out at Weather.com.

Muscle Plant

Find out all you need to know about planting a garden at Kids Valley Garden. Have fun in the sun.


Spring is an exiting season.  Have some Spring fun doing some Spring activities!


Want to attract butterlies to your yard?  Visit this web site to view pictures of butterflies and learn what kinds of flowers butterlies like.
Frogs in rain
Where does rain come from?  The sky?  Visit Wabo and Ips adventures on the web to discover the answer to this question.
Panda Earthday

When did Earth Day holiday begin? And what can we do for our Earth? Here are some great ideas. 

 The Mission.
Spring is a time of rainy weather.  Petend you are a water droplet that has been waiting all Winter long for your big day of falling to the earth in Spring.  Although you are excited you are a bit scared too because you are not sure what is going to happen to you once you reach the earth.  Your mission is to go to the website of Rain/ Water Cycle
and and find the information you will need to discribe the journey of a raindrop.  Draw a picture of this journey.

Mission Steps.

1. Go to the web site Rain/ Water Cycle.  Enjoy the site but pay close attention to the adventure of Wabo and Ip as they make their journey from the clouds and back again.
2. Pretend to be a waterdrop and map your  journey so you can tell all your friends   where you have been and what you did.
3. Draw a picture of your journey and give it to your teacher so she can put it on the Internet.
4. Have fun!!!!!

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