As the season continued, we began to
notice changes around our own community. We began observing
trees and nature to see what signs of autumn we could find.
Students then completed another Kidspiration activity to show
signs of the four seasons - summer, spring, winter, and fall.
This project met the following South
Continue using graphic
representations such as charts, graphs, pictures, and graphic
organizers as information sources and as a means of organizing
information and events logically.
Continue identifying the
characteristics of genres such as fiction, poetry, drama, and
Demonstrate the ability to choose
a topic and generate ideas and use oral and written prewriting
A. Process Skills
a. Use the senses to gather
information about objects or events such as size, shape, color,
texture, sound, position, and change (qualitative observations).
B. Changes in Earth and Sky
1. Weather changes from day
to day and over the seasons.
a. Record weather observations
b. Name and describe the
c. Describe how seasonal
changes may affect plants and animals.
Technology communications tools
· Students use
telecommunications to collaborate, publish, and interact with
peers, experts, and other audiences.
· Students use a variety
of media and formats to communicate information and ideas
effectively to multiple audiences.