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This science game helps children review knowledge of plant behaviour during the four changing seasons. It is suitable for junior primary school first grade learners.
- Key Science Facts
- Plants generally know when seasons change and behave differently in different seasons.
- We have different seasons because the Earth orbits the sun.
- Each season has its own unique weather conditions.
- Plants respond to seasonal changes.
- In spring, flowers bloom.
- Plants grow the most during summer.
- In fall, plants shed their leaves
- Test knowledge of these and more by playing this game.
- Game: The Kango Boomerang Game is a time-limited game of drag and drop.
In primary grades, children learn and review all four seasons and their names. They learn the characteristics of Spring, Summer, Winter and Fall, which is also called Autumn. Students also learn what happens to plants during these seasons. Basic information needed for students to learn before playing this game: Plants generally know when seasons change and behave differently in different season. We have different seasons because the Earth orbits the sun. Each season has its own unique weather conditions. Plants respond to seasonal changes. In spring, flowers bloom. Plants grow the most during summer. In fall, plants shed their leaves. When playing Plants Changing Seasons game, students will review these concepts. They will be asked fun and challenging multiple choice questions. On the following screen is a colorful kangaroo throwing a boomerang toward a bird. If the student chooses the correct answer, the boomerang comes back and the kangaroo is able to catch it. If the student gives an incorrect answer, the boomerang comes back and hits him in the head. This game is perfect for science partners to play in between other science activities. Read Less