Summer is one of the four seasons and begins on the day of the Summer Solstice and ends on the day of the Autumnal Equinox.
This entire Unit plan will give your students or children the entire education they need on all things surrounding the summer solstice and events associated with summer. With over 15 pages of challenging worksheets and activities this is a comprehensive unit plan to use in any learning environment.
Within this unit you will explore all aspects of the summer months. From learning about key phrases associated with the Summer months right through to enjoyable worksheets on designing your own ice cream. Students are continuously challenged at the end of the study guide with a number of unique worksheets. Each worksheet has been designed to specifically test the child’s knowledge and understanding of Summer. Below are listed the main concepts that students may understand by the completion of these worksheets.
Concepts taught in this unit plan
- Students carefully read the text and answer challenging questions based on the accompanying study guide.
- Variety of worksheets and concepts to expand the students mind and align with common core study criteria.
- Key learning points:
- Highlight the key phrases and association with summer.
- Encourages the student to apply knowledge learnt to their studies.
- Engages their brain in critical thinking.
- Worksheets aim to generate analysis and understanding of the subject.
- The student will actively reflect on their studies.
- Creativity is challenged throughout due to the nature of some of the worksheets.
Included in This Worksheet (PDF Format)
- Study Guide & Fact File
- Summer Fill in the blanks worksheet
- Summer Fill in the blanks answers/li>
- Summer Brainstorm
- Summer Acrostic Poem
- Summer Word Scramble
- Summer Word Scramble Answers
- Beach Trip Worksheet
- My Perfect Ice Cream Worksheet
- Wish you were here Worksheet
- 4th July Worksheet
Use With Any Curriculum
These worksheets have been specifically designed for use with any international curriculum. You can use these worksheets as-is, or edit them using Google Slides to make them more specific to your own student ability levels and curriculum standards.