Discovering the Four Seasons

Discovering the Four Seasons
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Discovering the Four Seasons

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Learning Objective
At the end of the lesson you will be able to identify the four seasons, describe the weather, and understand the changes in nature during each season.

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What do you already know about the four seasons?

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Introduction to the Four Seasons
The four seasons are spring, summer, autumn (fall), and winter. Each season has unique characteristics and weather patterns.

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Spring is a season of blooming flowers, warm weather, and occasional rain. It's a time for new growth and renewal in nature.

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Summer is the warmest season with long days and plenty of sunshine. People often wear light and comfortable clothing to stay cool.

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Autumn (Fall)
Autumn is characterized by cooler temperatures, colorful falling leaves, and harvest time. It marks the transition from summer to winter.

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Winter brings cold temperatures, snow, and shorter days. People wear warm clothing like coats, hats, and gloves to stay cozy.

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Interactive Activity: Seasonal Clothing Match
Match the clothing items to the corresponding season: 1. Swimsuit 2. Scarf and gloves 3. Raincoat 4. Shorts and t-shirt

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Seasonal Changes in Nature
Discuss the changes in nature such as blooming flowers in spring, lush greenery in summer, falling leaves in autumn, and snow in winter.

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Conclusion and Recap
Summarize the key points about the four seasons, the weather, and the changes in nature. Encourage questions and discussion.

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