Contrast Essay for Summer and Winter Contrast Essay for Summer and Winter The four seasons are like a decoration to the earth, it makes the nature more beautiful.
Paper plates Winter and summer clothing, such as mittens, ski coats, bathing suits, shorts, etc. Set this aside for a class discussion. Set aside five pieces of the construction paper, then cut out one letter of the word "winter" from each piece.
For example, trace a large "W" on one of the pieces of paper and cut it out. Next, cut out an "I" from another piece of paper, etc. Repeat the above step for "summer," using the remaining six pieces of construction paper. Lesson Directions Day 1 Step 1: Read a picture book about winter aloud to the class.
Ask the students which images in the book let them know it was winter. Have the students go to their seats and cut out pictures from the magazines that correlate with winter. Have the students place their winter pictures on a paper plate set in the middle of the table.
They will need enough to fill the five pieces of construction paper that spell out "winter. When students have gathered a substantial pile of winter pictures, distribute the construction paper with the "winter" letters cut from them, and invite students to glue pictures in collage form to the paper.
Display the collage on a bulletin board. Example of collage letters for bulletin board display Day 2 Step 1: Read a picture book about summer aloud to the class. Have the students go to their seats and cut out pictures from the magazines that correlate with summer.
Then repeat the rest of the steps from Day 1, this time with summer and the "summer" letters. Day 3 Step 1: Put all the winter and summer clothes in a big pile in the middle of the carpet. Have the students sit in a circle around the big pile of clothes.
Ask the students what type of clothing they see in the pile. Tell the students that they are going to sort the clothing into two groups, winter and summer. Have the students sort the clothing. Have each student select an article of clothing.
Have the students who selected a winter clothing item sit at the tables. The other students may go to a center or do another activity. Hand each winter-clothing student a sheet of writing paper and have them write these words: Now have the groups switch.
The students who chose summer clothing should sit down at the tables and write these words on writing paper: Have all the students go back to their seats. Give each student a picture of his or her face and have them glue the photos to the tops of the writing paper.
Have the students draw self-portraits of themselves wearing the article of clothing that they chose. Post Instructional Could the students differentiate between winter and summer?Students will learn about winter and summer through hands-on activities, including sorting summer and winter clothing.
Winter vs. Summer. Students compare the two seasons through hands-on activities — creating collages, sorting seasonal clothes, and completing a brief writing assignment.
Compare and contrast winter and summer; Sort. THE SPIKE. It was late-afternoon. Forty-nine of us, forty-eight men and one woman, lay on the green waiting for the spike to open.
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