4 Seasons Activities: 4 Seasons Game, Puzzles & Writing Prompt Craft

4 Seasons Activities: 4 Seasons Game, Puzzles & Writing Prompt Craft
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Here are some quick, easy and super-fun activities with a 4 seasons theme.

The Packet Includes:

  • 5 circular PUZZLES
  • WRITING prompts, with lined & unlined patterns
  • 2 GRAPHING extensions
  • “4 Seasons Scoot to a Corner” GAME and …
  • “Are You Listening?” Whole group ASSESSMENT activity.

* Puzzles:

To immerse little ones in becoming familiar with the 4 seasons, I’ve included a 4-part circle puzzle. There’s a puzzle piece that represents each season.

Children place the appropriate piece on the labeled base.

As always, I’ve included a black & white version, so that students can make their own 4 seasons puzzle.

There’s also a colorful collection of puzzles depicting each season separately.

Check the PREVIEW for lots of samples.

* Just For FUN!

My kiddos actually beg to play the “4 Seasons Scoot to a Corner” game. It’s a perfect “calm down” activity for the end of the day. Super-easy, a ton of fun & takes only a few minutes. Bonus: Students are really quiet! Woo Hoo.

* Are You Listening?

I designed this because “Listening & Following Directions” is one of our report card standards. This is a quick, easy & fun way to leave a “paper trail” proving if your students do or don’t.

This whole group activity also acts as an assessment, checking students' understanding of the 4 seasons.

* Let’s WRITE!

“Winter? Spring? Summer? Fall? Which is your favorite season of them all?”

My kiddos absolutely love sharing their opinions, so when I turn those into a writing prompt, they are excited to get right down to business.

Students have a choice of writing about their favorite or least favorite season (you could also do both & use one as a homework assignment).

I’ve included a “seasonal circle” to use as a “topper” where students can draw a picture, which represents some part of their writing.

There’s also a graphing extension you can do afterwards.

* More Options:

Instead of, or in addition to, students can complete the “I like to…” writing prompt, which involves all 4 seasons.

I’ve included “toppers” as well as “banner bottoms” to add extra pizzazz to their work.

Completed projects make a cute bulletin board or hallway display.

I’ve included a “Sensational Seasonal Writing!” poster to highlight children’s work.

I’m Diane from Teach With Me, wishing you a fun-filled time enjoying the 4 seasons.

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