Seasons Lesson Plan (Kindergarten) Mary Claire Hardy Day 1 Focus and Review Have pictures of the four seasons on the board and talk about what is in each one of the pictures.
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Turn to the page in “Apple Tree! Apple Tree!” that shows an apple tree in fall and write (in the “fall” column on the board) the student’s responses about what the tree and leaves look like.
Pass out a piece of brown construction paper to each student and have them fold in half “like a book” and trace (on the left side of the folded paper so you can fit two) their arm and hand, including fingers, to make a tree shape. Demonstrate first on my piece of paper at the front.
Ask the class which colors of tissue paper they think would go with a fall apple tree, then pass out the yellow, red, orange, brown, and green tissue paper to each table. (The colored tissue paper squares represent leaves.)
The students may take one tissue paper square at a time, crumble it up, and glue it to the top of the first piece of brown paper. Have the students continue in the same fashion with the other colored tissue paper squares. Encourage students to place some of the tissue squares to look as if they are falling from the tree to the ground.