Nature poems for kids

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This is a very catchy water cycle song that I would share to my kids. It will definitely help them remember the water cycle because they will catch themselves singing this song to help them remember. It is a great teaching tool that the students love! 1st Grade Science, Kindergarten Science, Elementary Science, Science Classroom, Teaching Science, Science For Kids, Earth Science, Science Penguin, Weird Science

The Water Cycle Song Handout

Inspired by the Water Cycle Charts on Pinterest, I compiled The Water Cycle Song to add to my student's poetry folder (shared reading) Please enjoy this freebie and thanks to my online colleagues who shared this great song! Please consider following my TPT store or my blog at http://kinderverse.blog...

This seasons song could be used the same way as the weather song. I could have the students color the page and then laminate for later use. The students could sing the song each day of the unit! Seasons Lessons, Seasons Song, Seasons Of The Year, Weather Seasons, Preschool Weather, Preschool Music, Kindergarten Science, Seasons Kindergarten, Color Songs Preschool

The Four Seasons

Find these freebies, here. I've always found fall is a great time to learn about weather and the four seasons. Use this poem and follow up activity to compliment your science unit. Placing a poem to a familiar tune makes it easier to build fluency in early readers. Enjoy!

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A Whole Lotta Sharin' Goin' On!

Hello Everyone!! This is my favorite time of the school year. We are finishing up our testing, the kids have become quite independent with everything, they have become readers and writers, they have become problem solvers, I could go on and on! I want to share some of their darling work and a couple of free units. First off, after the big chick hatching extravaganza, I decided to have the kids write about what they would do if they had a baby chick. From what they wrote, they would make…