Teaching Toddlers: Seasons

We are in the middle of a midwest spring which seems to bring a lot of wacky weather. We’ve got snow one day and sunshine the next, you dig out your t-shirts and then you have to go back to your long-johns, you get the idea…It’s just nuts! Anyway, I thought this was the perfect time of year to start teaching G about the different seasons so we packed our week full activities, sensory projects, and hands on fun! We have some repetitive projects this week which is a great way to build consistency with your kiddos routine and it makes it easier on you! But don’t worry, each day is just as exciting as the one before it…Let’s get started with the Teaching Toddlers: Seasons lesson plan!

Teaching Toddlers: Seasons

Be sure to scan through each of the activities, some can be used for multiple seasons – you don’t want to miss out!

Winter Season Sensory Bin

Winter: We made winter look incredible with glitz, new textures, and penguin fun!

Pipe Cleaner Flowers

Spring: It’s fresh, it’s exciting, it’s spring. We were sure to include bright colors and fresh ideas!

Recycled Bottle Brush Flowers

Summer: We brought our A-game with an ocean, homemade flowers, and the coolest thermometer project.


Fall: We took “getting down to Earth” quite literally; get back to basics with this very natural season!

We hope you had a great week with your toddler learning all about the seasons! For more awesome lesson plans, check out our 7 week plan for colors, our week-long body parts plan, and our week filled with nature activities!

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