ClassOrbit

SIGN UP

Spring

Learning Object — Resource
Rate Spring
Resource Type:  Vocab
-

Resource: Spring

Fresh flowering plant with water drops on petals.

Student Application

From the snow of winter to the first flowers of spring, see our changing seasons and the patterns of life.


Learning Objectives

  1. Students will realize that time is like a turning wheel; as time keeps going and as the years proceed, the seasons keep repeating.
  2. Students will understand that the position of the earth in respect to the sun is responsible for the four seasons. During the winter, the earth is tilted away from the sun; consequently, the days are...

    [ Signin to View ]


Supporting Activities

  1. Before viewing the video

    1. Bring some sign of the season to school (an autumn leaf, a bare twig, a flower, or a small branch with summer leaves). Ask the students to identify the sign and tell what season it represents. Take a walk outside to see all of the seasonal signs. Discuss that sometimes it i...

      [ Signin to View ]


Related Content


Introduction
Year
Weather
Fall
Winter
Spring
Summer
My Four Seasons
The Four Seasons
The Four Seasons
Autumn
Baseball Glove
Boy's Room
Coat
Completed Fall Scene
Completed Spring Scene
Completed Summer Scene
Completed Winter Scene
Dormant
Equinox
Fall
Fall Clothes
Girl's Room
Harvest
Hat
Hibernate
Jacket
Months
Rake
Season
Shoes
Shoes
Shorts
Skis
Snorkel And Fins
Solstice
Spring
Spring Clothes
Summer
Summer Clothes
Sunglasses
Sweater
The Four Seasons
Winter
Winter Clothes
Year
The Four Seasons

Spring

Learning Object — Resource
Rate Spring
Resource Type:  Vocab
-

Resource: Spring

Sketch of kids with kite

Student Application

Recognize how a calendar can organize days, weeks, months and years and how it's related to the Earth's movement around the Sun.


Learning Objectives

  1. Students will understand that a day is a period of time from early morning to late at night.
  2. Students will understand the days of the week. A week is made up of seven days. The first day of a week is Sunday, followed by Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. There are two special days in each week, Saturday ...

    [ Signin to View ]


Supporting Activities

  1. Before viewing the video

    1. Anticipatory Set: Hold up a blank calendar with good pictures. Turn the pages, showing the pictures and the calendar pages. Ask the children what the object you are holding is called. Record responses. Tell them it is a calendar and that they are going to watch an in...

      [ Signin to View ]


Related Content


Introduction
Day
Reading A Calendar
Calendar Quiz
Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow
Learning To Read The Calendar
Months
Days In The Months
A Year
Review
Sing-Along
Months Of The Year
Learning To Use A Calendar
Learning To Use A Calendar
Afternoon
April
August
Autumn
Birthday
Close Button
Day
December
Directions
Evening
Fall
February
Friday
Game Background
January
July
June
March
May
Monday
Month
Morning
Night
Noon
November
October
Saturday
September
Spring
Summer
Sunday
This Is What The Main Title Screen Looks Like.
Thursday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Week
Winter
Year
Learning To Use A Calendar