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Teaching a weather unit?! The Weather Activity Pack is a must. The 14 engaging activities teach young meteorologists about weather, temperature, clouds, tornadoes, precipitation, picking weather appropriate clothes, weather-themed math and more. Inside You'll Find --> Word Wall Cards  --> Interactive Flap Book  --> Chart the Weather Game  --> Weather Reports  --> Weather Bingo (class set)  --> Cotton Ball Cloud Activity  --> Clothing Clip Cards  --> Number Clip Car...

Teaching a weather unit?! The Weather Activity Pack is a must. The 14 engaging activities teach young meteorologists about weather, temperature, clouds, tornadoes, precipitation, picking weather appropriate clothes, weather-themed math and more. INSIDE YOU’LL FIND: –> Word Wall Cards –> Interactive Flap Book –> Chart the Weather Game –> Weather Reports –> Weather Bingo (class set) –> Cotton Ball Cloud Activity –> Clothing Clip Cards –> Number Clip Cards for 1-10 –> Weather Math –…

FREE printable weather game! What a fun way to learn the different weather terms with your preschooler or kindergartener.

FREE printable weather game! What a fun way to learn the different weather terms with your preschooler or kindergartener.

Weather Flip Books by Saddle Up For 2nd Grade

Hey ya'll! This Texas girl is FREEZING! It is cold, rainy and windy. Not ok with me! I prefer my 60 degree winters. We've had some really crummy weather the past few days and as much as I hate to say it, it went along perfectly with our weather unit. Here are a few things I've heard them say over the past few days with all of our rain: "Wow! Look at all the moisture!" "Mrs.Bernethy, look! Precipitation is falling from the sky really fast!" "If we get enough precipitation, is it going to…

CLICK for the FREE TEMPLATE to make these WEATHER PUPPETS - a fun preschool weather craft for kids! These fun weather emojis are great for teachers to make on the Cricut with the free SVG but also comes with a PDF to make it by hand.

Make these adorable weather emoji puppets -a fantastic paper weather craft for kids! Perfect for home or classroom calendar time.

This Weather Card Game is great for teaching kids weather words! Slap It! is based on the traditional card game "Slap Jack" and the kids LOVE slapping all the words and pictures as they learn about the weather!

Students will learn weather terms and visual recognition through a fast-paced, fun game! This game reinforces student knowledge of weather terminology through representations and names. Students will learn to recognize the following weather terms: sunny, rainy, snowy, cloudy, thunderstorm, rain drop, snow flake, rainbow, windy, partly cloudy, hot and cold This is a modified form of the old favorite "Slap Jack." The difference is that there is a center pile in addition to the player piles…

Make it rain!  Shaving cream clouds and food coloring rain illustrate how clouds and rain happen!  Kindergarten science!

Happy Schedulin’ Sunday! People, can you believe it’s March?! Holy cow! I’m ready for warm weather so I can put the top down on Smorgie1 and soak up the sun! I mean, what…

I love teaching science with hands-on activities because reading about science isn't the same as doing it. Some of my favorite projects and experiments for a second or third-grade weather unit include creating a cloud in a bottle, demonstrating the water cycle in a bag, and keeping a weather log. The free weather activities in this blog post are fun for kids. Plus, you'll find printables for teaching about weather tools, instruments, symbols, and vocabulary. 2nd, 3rd, 4th #weatheractivities

I love teaching science with hands-on activities because reading about science isn't the same as doing it. Some of my favorite projects and experiments for a second or third-grade weather unit include creating a cloud in a bottle, demonstrating the water cycle in a bag, and keeping a weather log. The free weather activities in this blog post are fun for kids. Plus, you'll find printables for teaching about weather tools, instruments, symbols, and vocabulary. 2nd, 3rd, 4th #weatheractivities