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Science - Kindergarten
Standard 2 Objective 3
Students will help make a Five Senses and Four Seasons quilt and cinquain poem.
One per class:
One per student:
Each of the four seasons has general characteristics that makes it different from the rest. We can use our five senses to discover different attributes of each season. We smell different things, hear different sounds, taste different foods, have different activities, and see changes around us as the seasons rotate through the year. We use different words when we describe different seasons. This activity is a culminating activity about seasons. Students will be able to demonstrate the many attributes theyve discovered about each season using corporative learning.
1. Demonstrate a positive learning attitude.
2. Develop social skills and ethical responsibility
5. Understand and use basic concepts and skills.
Invitation to Learn
Ask the class the following set of questions:
First lineone word (name something you see)
Second linetwo words (use words that describe how it feels)
Third linethree words (something you hear)
Fourth linefour words (something to taste or smell)
Fifth lineone word (name of the season)
Additional Language Arts Activities
The students can be assessed as they share their ideas about how they use their five senses in each season. The artwork and cinquain suggestions will also be an indicator as to whether students understand about each season and about the five senses.