Students' attention doesn't always have to be focused inside. Use the outdoors and the season as teaching tools. Take a nature walk and have the students observe something outside, preferably something natural, and have them take notes. Upon returning to the classroom, have them do some writing: a descriptive poem, haiku, or even a fictional piece speaking as something from nature.
I help my kindergarten students to focus by bringing the outside into the classroom. Now is the time to explore nature at its best. Study plant growth, changes of an incubating chick, the life cycle of butterflies, anything that will pique their interest!
Hold class outside! It sounds risky, but as long as the students know the rules and that learning and working must still be taking place even though you're outside, it's worth it.