Four Seasons Worksheets: Free Printables

The following is a post from contributing writer Lauren

This month’s free printables are all about the four seasons.  These worksheets would be perfect for Kindergartners/1st Graders learning about the different seasons of the year.  Use these when doing Calendar Time in the morning or for a small unit study.

In this 5-page printable set, you’ll find:

  • Sort the Season – After cutting out the pictures at the bottom, glue the item in its correct season (Summer/Fall)
  • Which Season? – Determine in which season the item belongs and practice writing the names of the four seasons
  • Snowman & Beach Ball Measurement  – Cut out the “rulers” at the bottom of the page and practice measuring various objects
  • Four Seasons Fill-in-the-Blank – Fill in the blank with the correct season
  • Portrait for each Season – Draw a picture of the clothes you might wear in each of the four seasons
Four Seasons - Printables
Four Seasons - Printables
September Seasons Themed Printables 2012.pdf
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Lauren Hill is a homeschooling mom to 4 fabulous little people, ages 7 and under.  She creates free printable worksheets , writes about all things laundry, and cooks delicious meals for her family.  

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  1. We are just studying the seasons now, this is perfect. Thanks so much!

  2. I agree…these worksheets are perfect. Thanks for sharing!

  3. Thanks so much i love these. I just found this website, so excited. I have been a homeschool mom for 10 years and love these websites just for homemakers and homeschoolers. May the Lord bless you.

  4. thank you.

  5. This is a great pack! Thank you! Do you have winter/spring pages like the summer/fall ones? Am I missing it somewhere?
    Thank you!

  6. Thanks a lot. This helps me a lot to teach 4 seasons to my students.
    God bless you more.

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