Seasons Vocabulary- Stations Game

A LESSON PLAN FOR ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHERS

Level: Beginner
Topic: Weather
Grammar Topic: Vocabulary
Type: Lesson Plans
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Published: 27th Apr 2021

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Seasons Vocabulary- Stations Game

Your teacher or a classmate will call out or show words connected to spring, summer, 
autumn or winter. Do the action below that you have been told to so that you can show you
understand:
- Run and touch one of the four walls
- Point at one of the four walls
- Pretend to shoot one of the four walls
- Throw something at one of four walls (perhaps while someone tries to block your

throw)

- Throw something at the names of the four seasons on the whiteboard
- Pretend to shoot at seasons flashcards
- Hold up and turn around double-sided seasons flashcards 
- Hold up one of your arms or legs to represent the four seasons
- Slap seasons flashcards on the table
- Fold a card with all four seasons’ names on so that the right card is facing forwards (the

right way up)

Brainstorm words into those four categories, drawing anything which you can’t write in 
English. 

Spring

Summer

Autumn

Winter

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Flashcards to hold up, fold over or aim at

Cut them with two flashcards with two flashcards back to back on each if you are doing the
holding up flashcards version. 

Spring Summer

Autumn Winter

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Write Sp for spring, Sum for summer, A for Autumn or W for winter next to each of the 
words below. Some could be more than one. 
Weather
air conditioning
clear skies/ blue skies
cool
fan
foggy
hail
frost
heating
ice
melting snow (= snow changes to water)
rainy season/ monsoon
smog
snow
snowballs
snowman
sunny
typhoon
very cold
very hot
warm
windy

Nature
acorns (= nuts falling from trees)
baby rabbits
brown leaves on the trees
cherry blossom
chicks (= baby birds)
cicadas
crickets
harvest
hibernation (= animals sleeping)
lambs (= baby sheep)
leaves on the trees falling down
migration (= birds fly somewhere warm)
mosquitoes
new flowers
new leaves on the trees
no leaves on the trees
orange leaves on the trees
red leaves on the trees
tadpoles (= baby frogs)
tangerines (= a kind of orange)

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Months
April
August
December
February
January
July
June
March
May
November
October
September

Festivals and celebrations
American Independence Day (4 July)
April Fool’s Day
Boxing Day (26 December)
Christmas
Christmas Eve
Easter
English fireworks day
Halloween
harvest festival
May Day
New Year’s Day
New Year’s Eve
(school) sport’s day
The teacher’s birthday
Valentine’s Day

Food and drink
chocolate eggs
hot chocolate
ice cream
ice lolly
salad
stew
watermelon

Activities
camping
cricket
football World Cup
ice skating
sandcastle
skiing

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snowboarding
swimming in the sea
wear suntan lotion

Clothes
T-shirt
boots
flipflops
gloves
sandals
shorts
sunglasses
sweater and coat
swimsuit
woolly hat
woolly scarf

Did you think of any which are not written above?

Play the same games with the words above and your own words, with a student taking the 
teacher role. 

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