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Four Seasons Printables
Seasons & Holidays Pocket Chart
Keep track of seasons and holidays
in one handy place! Nylon chart
has 20 vinyl pockets plus two card
storage pockets. Includes 59 cards
that relate to seasons and holidays..
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God Made the Seasons Minibook
A simple minibook taking children through the
four seasons and ending with the proclamation
that God mad them all!
Four Seasons Printable Bookmarks
A set of printable bookmarks to help
children remember the different seasons.  
These make great rewards for good work.
Four Seasons Printable Chart
This is a simple chart you can hang up in the
classroom or provide one for each child.  
Features full color photographs with the
different seasons written across the bottom.
Full Page Seasonal Charts for the Classroom
A set of four different classroom charts
featuring the seasons.  These are great for
calendar areas or even having thematic centers
in your clarrom.

Winter Chart
Spring Chart
Summer Chart
Fall Chart
Seasons Wordwall Cards
A set of printable wordwall
cards featuring the four
seasons, Winter, Spring,
Summer, Fall.  These make
great matching cards as well.
Four Seasons Draw and Write Activity
give children at the beginning of each season.  
Children can draw a picture and fill in the
blank with what activity they like to do.
Four Seasons Classroom Quilt
A set of twenty different coloring page
quilts you can use collaboratively in the
classroom.  Children each complete their
own square and add it to the classroom
quilt pocket chart.  This is a great way to
work together on a thematic project.
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