This task requires students to cut out and stick the months under the correct seasons, and then the correct number of days under the month. Students can also just use the first page and write the answers in, or the activity could be printed and laminated, and then used. This activity makes for a good assessment task after a unit of learning around the seasons, months and days.
This task was made for a high school special education class, and can be used with a variety of ages/stages, especially the early years.
This activity would also be great for a relief teacher to use, as it requires very little preparation, and can be used in conjunction with many books or videos.