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Four Seasons and Day Length Activity for Kids
Seasons Tree DIY
- Duration: 30 min
- Difficulty: Medium
- Cost: $0 to $5
Make a flip book to show how the seasons happen in a pattern!
- 4Pieces of construction paper
- 1Glue stick
- 1Pair of scissors
- 1Pack of markers
- 1Turn the bowl upside down on the construction paper and trace around it.
- 2Cut out four circles of equal size following the line you traced.
- 3Fold each circle in half.
- 4Open each paper and draw one tree on each one for each season.
- 5The tree for winter should have no leaves on it.
- 6The tree for spring should have buds and flowers.
- 7The tree for summer should have lots of leaves.
- 8The tree for fall should have leaves in red, yellow and brown.
- 9Fold the circles in half.
- 10Put the winter one in front of you, put glue on it and stack the spring one on top.
- 11Next, glue the summer circle on top.
- 12Finally glue the fall circle on top.
How It Works
As you flip through the book you will see that the seasons always happen in the same order: Winter, spring, summer, and then fall. Once you’ve gone through the four seasons, they start over again and continue in the same order. Seasons happen in the same pattern each year.