Kids will have fun learning about the 4 seasons with this super cute, FREE Seasons on the Farm Printable activity perfect for a farm theme.
Seasons for Kids
Helping kids understand how seasons go round and round like months can be at tricky concept for students. Whether you are a parent, teacher, or homeschooler – you will love this free printable, NO PREP activity for helping toddlers, preschoolers, pre k, kindegartners, and first graders.
Make this season printable in your farm theme, as summer learning, extra practice, or as a supplement activity for any program or curriculum.
Teaching Seasons to Kindergarten
Kids will be able to visualize all four seasons on the farm with this four seasons kindergarten worksheets. Cut each oval out with scissors.
- WINTER – In winter, many farms are covered with snow. The fields are empty as crops need warm soil to grow. Most animals stay in the barn much of the day. The farm is quiet. The page shows a snowman, snow, an owl. and not much else out and about.
- SPRING – Spring time is filled with new life on the farm. Animals have babies, fields are plowed and planted, new seeds begin to sprout, flowers bloom and trees grow new leaves. The picture has flowers, baby ducks, baby lambs, the water in the pond flows, and the farmer has just plowed the fields.
- SUMMER – Warm summer days help the crops grow big and strong. Farm animals enjoy eating, enjoying the sunshine, and keeping cool. Farmers are busiest in the summer weeding and watering crops, taking care of the animals, and working around the farm. The pig cools off in the mud, a horse grazes in the grass, the sun shines rightly, and the corn is nice and tall and filled with juice cobs.
- FALL – In the fall leaves start to turn red, orange, yellow and brown then fall from the trees. Farmers bale the hay and fill the silo with corn in preparation for winter. They sell their crops and grown animals as a chill starts to set in. The fields have been harvested and bales of hay lay around, leaves have fallen off the tree, a pumpkin an dgrown sunflower stand by the barn.
Four Seasons for Kids
Now kids will color the pictures in this fun science activity for learning about the seasons for kindergarten.
Seasons for Kindergarten
Finally stack the printables on top of each other with the largest oval at the bottom and going smaller and smaller circles with the cover page on the top. You can staple the top or insert a brad. Read the pages together to learn about seasons on the farm. Have them notice the differences on the farm throughout the 4 seasons from the activities going on, animals, weather, snow, flowers, etc. This seasons books for kindergarten is such a fun way to teach kids about fall, winter, spring, and summer.
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