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"Before we could make good predictions, we needed to do some research," shared Christine Michael, the Math/Science specialist.

Here's what they did:

  1. Reviewed the names of the seasons.
  2. Learned which months belonged in each season.
  3. Made a sentence strip into a 'year' and folded it into 12 parts.
  4. Labeled each part with the name of a month.
  5. Colored them according to the season.