Here’s our complete resource of seasonal activities that will help you teach the seasons. Follow the cycle of the year and learn about the seasons, the changing weather, how plants grow and animals adapt to the seasons. You’ll find resources for your classroom and ideas for how to homeschool with the seasons, incorporating math activities, literacy work, art, science and sensory play ideas.
The seasons activities – a complete resource
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My three favourite resources that give your classroom a connection to the seasons all year round are:
Nature Walks :: ideas for nature walks that connect your children with the changes of the seasons, observing the changing weather, plants and animals. See the Nature Walk Activities here.
Nature Calendar :: a visual record of the seasonal changes of your outdoor environment, tracking the plants, animals and weather changes where you live. See the Nature Calendar here.
The Garden Classroom :: my book The Garden Classroom is the perfect resource to teach the seasons. It’s filled with ideas for math, science, art, literacy and play, all based on the garden – however big or small your outdoor space. You can see more of The Garden Classroom here, or get your copy from these affiliate links from Amazon US and Amazon UK.
Teach the seasons, all year round
Here are our favourite activities to learn about the changes of each season, and to teach math, literacy and science in connection with the cycle of the year.
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For Science :: Bug Hotel
For Literacy :: Snowflake Letters (free printable)
For Math :: Snowflake Numbers (free printable)
Get free learning resources all year round
Each weekend I send out an email containing seven seasonal, play-based activity ideas for the week ahead. This newsletter is really popular with parents, grandparents, teachers, and child-carers. You can take a look at the latest edition here, and if you pop your email address in the box below I’ll send you your own copy.