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9 10 Next, I will see spring again. The cycle will start all over. Name ____________________________ SKILL: CLASSIFY INFORMATION CHANGING SEASONS • LEVEL F • 1 # INSTRUCTIONS: Identify each picture with students. Then have them cut apart the pictures and sort them into groups by seasons. © ProQuest Information and Learning Company All rights reserved. com Name ____________________________ 1. shorts winter nights summer fall spring plants hot CHANGING SEASONS • LEVEL F • 2 2. 3. 4. 6. 5. 7. ACROSS DOWN 2.

I want to know if it will rain. I want to know if it will snow. 4 3 Every day I watch the weatherman on TV. Knowing about the weather is important to me. Spring How is the weather today? The weatherman says warm with showers. I will wear my raincoat. I will go fishing with Dad. 5 6 Summer How is the weather today? The weatherman says it will be stormy. I will play in the house. How is the weather today? The weatherman says it will be hot. I will go to the beach. 7 8 Fall How is the weather today?

These animals move in the air. They have wings for flying. Can you name them? dragonfly bat seagull snake worm Animals, animals, how do they move? These animals move on land. They have no legs, no arms, no wings, and no fins. Can you name them? 10 9 Animals, animals, how do they move? These animals move in the trees. They have long arms for swinging. Can you name them? chimpanzee orangutan monkey Name ____________________________ SKILL: CLASSIFY INFORMATION HOW DO THEY MOVE? • LEVEL F • 1 # INSTRUCTIONS: Have students cut apart the pictures and sort them into groups.

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