Is it raining, is it sunny,
is it snowing???? Weather
Lesson, printables, and more for a weather unit or theme!
Updated - March. 2012
My Favorite Weather Activities
LET THE WIND BLOW
YOU WILL NEED:
THIS IS HOW IT GOES:
Free To Print From Teaching Heart
The first one
above is a printable dice game that asks the students to
take turns rolling a dice and covering up the sum of the
Click rainrollandcoverteachingheart to download the free dice game.
Click rainbowrollteachingheart to download the roll a rainbow game.
With all these
rain and rainbows, you need some umbrellas
Sounds Of Nature: Thunderstorm & Rain - Play this CD during your weather unit!!!!
Ideas From Our Weather Packet!!! CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE AND ORDER.. 17 Files for 10.99 - It's a STORM of a Steal!!!
Favorite Cloud Graph
Cloud Book Introduces the ten
most common types of clouds, the myths that have been
inspired by their shapes, and what they can tell about
coming weather changes.
The Cloud Book Introduces the ten most common types of clouds, the myths that have been inspired by their shapes, and what they can tell about coming weather changes.
Catch A Cloud
A Few Center Ideas
Make cards with clouds and raindrops. Put a different number of raindrops on the cards. Let children pick 2 cards. Which has more? Can you count the number of raindrops.
Once the student sorts by 5's, have them use the center as visual to write out the numbers by 5's.
You can print this at Count by 5's to 100 umbrella (k-1).
Below is a small sample of some of the files found on our January through June Primary Teacher Timesavers set. Click here to see the index of all the awesome printables in this set!!!
More but only a few of the ideas found on the CD set above now instant download...
Rainbow Race Student Game
- You supply a dice with
six colors (you can buy a wooden cube at a craft store
and color each side). Your students roll the dice and
place an x in the correct column. They play till a color
wins. They then answer questions about their race.
The Colors of the Rainbow
This includes sentences strips for your pocket chart. The strips are in color and include pictures to make the text easy to read. You can use this as a center. Place the strips in a pocket chart along with our center sheet that matches this. The center sheet in in black and white. The student write the color word in the blank and then colors the pictures to match the text. When they are finished they cut apart the strips, staple in the corner and take home a little book.
This is free to print from
Teaching is a Work of Heart
Raindrop Contraction Center
this includes all the
manipulatives - teacher prints, laminates, and cuts. You
can store these in baggies that students take back to
their desk or in a pocket chart. You may choose to
give a set to each student or use as a group
activity. The student must match the raindrop to
the umbrella.(1-3) If you do not have the CDROM, you can
create a center like this. Find a die cut of an umbrella
and raindrop. Place a match problem on the raindrop and
the answer on the umbrella. Have the sudents match.
Umbrella Count by 5's Centers
Place umbrellas with counts by fives in a baggie. The student places the umbrellas in the correct order to complete the center.
These are just a few over 200 printables found on our January Through June Primary Teacher Timesavers CDROM. Check it out and Click Here to learn more!!!! Over 100 happy teachers have purchased!!!
1.How do you feel when it rains?
2.Are you afraid of storms, if so why do they scare you?
3.What activities do you like to do in the rain?
4.Where do you think rain comes from?
Weather Poems and Songs
Long As There's Weather
~ Before Reading - Discuss and define the following types of weather: snow, fog, rain, tornado, hurricane, and flood. Place these terms on index cards. As the word is discussed place it in a pocket chart. Have students illustrate the six words in their journal.
~ After Reading - Relate different types of weather that we have discussed and defined to the different food disasters in the book. You may want the students to fill in sentence strips such as:
In the book _________
looked like snow.
~ Have students write their own story. Maybe something besides food falls from the sky!
~ Have each student share their favorite part. They can create a poster showing their favorite part of the story. They will then show the class their poster and discuss why this was their favorite part.
~ Give students newspapers and have them cut out weather words and pictures. Have them make a collage on construction paper.
~ Ask students if they would enjoy living in a place like Chewandswallow. Then list the positive and negative aspects of living in such a place.
Some Ideas From Our Weather Packet - Click Here to Learn More.
More Great Ideas Found at Other Links
Teach Your Class About Rainbows and show them this VHS!!!
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My Favorite Weather Sites