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Hannah Eckley


Science/Second Grade
Weather/Season Lesson Plan

Specific Objectives To Meet Goals

1) Students will be able to observe weather and identify how it changes over time.
2) Students will be able to recognize patterns in weather.
3) Students will be able to describe how the weather changes from season to season.
Grade Level Guide: Common Core Standard
-Grade 2 ESS
Observe and describe that some weather changes occur throughout the day and some
changes occur in a repeating seasonal pattern.
Academic Language
Weather, weather pattern, season
Students Needs
Students should already have been able to discuss what weather is like and be able
to describe pictures of different weather. Therefore this allows me to ask what the
weather is.
English Language Learners
Special Needs
-ELL students will be able to translate
Children with special needs will be able
what my lesson is by me pointing at
to listen in on the lesson and can just
weather pictures and writing the terms draw a picture of what they think
in their language. They also have the
relates to each season.
option to just draw the picture to relate
to each season.
Materials Needed
Chalk board, paper, markers, writing utensils, notebook.
Language Function
Ask questions such as: Does weather always stay the same? to raise awareness for
what they are about to learn. Further explore the idea of how the weather changes at
different times of year by exploring the different seasons with students.
Lesson Plan
-Students will finish up with previous subject and take out Science book and

-Students will copy down the new vocabulary words into notebooks for later
reference. (5 minutes)
-Teacher will ask some questions for prior knowledge. Ex: Does the weather
always stay the same?
-Teacher will discuss the weather and introduce the seasons.
-Students will follow along in their books. (5 minutes)
-Teacher will say to the students, Weather is something that changes during the
seasons but it isnt the only thing. Each season happens at a certain time of the
year, has its own special holidays, and there are special activities that we do
during each season.
-Teacher will write the four seasons on the board and review what goes on
during each one and students will then make a season chart.
-Students will take what they learned about the four seasons and fill in the chart
to describe something about each season using pencils and markers.
-If there is time, share charts to class.
Assessment Methods
Students are to
complete a season
chart at the end of
the lesson.

Students can work

in groups and will
draw a picture for
each of the seasons
on the chart. They
also will describe
the seasons with
something that
they learned. For
those with special
needs, they can
just draw a picture
under the season.

The assessment
allows for students
to demonstrate
their knowledge of
the material
covered. Students
will be able to
describe how
weather changes
from season to

Season Chart