This lesson focuses on the seasons with a song, story and projects.

Rachael Ro

In this lesson, learners will look at different features of the seasons. They will listen to and sing a song, and watch a story about the changing seasons. They will think about words and ideas connected to the different seasons or do a reading activity to find out more about the seasons. Then they will work together to produce a poster. Finally learners can complete a craft activity and play a game.


To develop and practise:

  • vocabulary: words connected with seasons
  • curricular work: the seasons
  • integrated skills: listening, speaking, reading, writing


Primary (7–11 years)


90 minutes approximately

Lesson plan212.34 KB
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Submitted by emmaafshar on Thu, 09/24/2015 - 10:00


How can I listen to the song or download it, please?

Submitted by Derek Spafford on Fri, 09/25/2015 - 06:45


Hi emmaafshar You can listen to the song here

Submitted by Cath McLellan on Tue, 11/10/2015 - 08:17

In reply to by Rachel Xu


Hi Rachel, To download the lesson plan, click on the link at the bottom of the page. To access the materials from the LearnEnglish Kids website, you will need to log on to the site. The song for the lesson plan is here: Hope that helps, Cath

Submitted by katiecoll on Wed, 05/03/2017 - 09:19


Hello Rachel, can you pleases tell me how to access the lesson plan and materials (songs/video etc)? There doesn't seem to be a link anywhere, to click on..... thanks :)

Hello Katie If you click on the link above (where it says 'Seasons lesson plan' you can access the plan in PDF format. All of the links to the songs and worksheets are there and will take you to the LearnEnglishKids website. You might need to register to access the materials on the site (it's completely free!). The link to the song for this lesson is here: Hope that helps, Cath TE Team

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