There are many great free weather resources available out there. Below are a few of my favourite finds.
Weather File Folder Games from File Folder Fun
Free Printable Weather Chart
Weather File Folder Game
Rain Showers: Consonant Blends Game
Water Cycle Maze from Science Notebooking
This may seem a little on the young side but I thought it might be a good filler or morning work activity. Students have to complete the maze (I would make them label it as well) and then color.
Weather Printables from Preschool Mom
Our weather printables help you teach children some basic elements and key vocabulary. Children learn about Sunny, Rainy, Snowy, options consider joining our Members Print Free area, where subscribers receive one click downloads and exclusive member offers.
Kindergarten and Preschool Weather Chart from Fun-A-Day
I print out a new weather graph each month, back it with construction paper, and place it next to our calendar. Every day, our weather reporter checks what’s going on outside. She then documents the results on the graph. We tend to use a different color marker for each weather category, but we’re not always consistent with this. The students make a few observations about the calendar each day – “Oh, rainy has 3 now!”, “I think sunny’s going to win!”, etc…
Weather Lapbook from Homeschool Helper Online
This is a comprehensive weather lapbook.
Weather Printable Mini-Unit from The Intentional Momma
This 26-page printable mini-unit features original weather-themed clip art including sun, clouds, rain, snow, wind, storms, thermometers, and umbrellas! This is a great resource for your Pre-K and Kindergarten classroom centers.
With tracing, coloring, counting, matching, sequencing, and a simple puzzle, this is a versatile pack you’ll be able to use year-round!
Weather Chart from First Grade FUNdamental
FREE Rainy Day PreK Pack from This Reading Mama
Weather Unit for ages 3-9 from 123 Homeschool 4 Me
FREE Science Weather Worksheets for Kids
I wanted to keep it fun, appealing to both kids (so there are activities appropriate for ages 3-9), and educational. Here are some of the topics I cover in this pack of worksheets for kids:
Water Cycle (including experiments)
Seasons (including creative writing)
Temperature (differences in sun/shade, morning/afternoon, here/other countries)
Clouds (including experiments)
Wind (including experiment & activity)
Disaster Preparedness (including drill ideas)
Preschool Skill Practice (letters – upper/lowercase, shadow match, counting, pre-writing, colors, numbers, which is different, fine motor scissor skills, addition, sentence structure, and more)
Rainbow Tot Pack from 1+1+1=1
Rain Unit from A Teaching Mommy
Here are some of the printables that MAY BE included in this unit:
Patterns (ABAB and AABB)
Roll & Graph
Beginning Writing/Cutting Practice
Number Order Puzzle (1-10 and 11-20)
Count & Clip
Tot Book- Rain
Stormy Weather Match
Count the Raindrops
Umbrella Colors (mini book)
Rain Picture Puzzle
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