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How many seasons

How Many Seasons?

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By displaying the seasons of the year, your child will enjoy this activity and help them with their pre-writing skills.

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How many seasons

By displaying the seasons of the year, this activity will help your child with pre-writing skills.  

What you'll need:

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What to do:

  1. Think of a few seasons you would like to go over with your child. Draw the seasons with a white crayon or wax from a white candle as symbols onto a piece of white paper (e.g. snowflake for winter or sun for summer). Mix some water and sand with your child to make runny mud, or you could use paint. Ask your little one to pour the mud or paint on the paper to magically reveal the hidden symbols.

  2. Encourage your child to count and identify the number of symbols and chat about which season they come from. You could also show your child how to trace the symbols themselves.