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  • Who is affected by the weather, and in what ways?
  • "The best defense against a tornado is being prepared..." Learn about tornados with this informative reading comprehension.
  • Create your own mini-tornado in order to better understand this weather phenomenon.
  • Use this 'Poetry Prompts: Snow (upper elem)' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Poetry Prompts: Snow (upper elem)'. An introduction to some basic poetic structures, including alliteration, similes, and acrostics, using snow themes. Includes border paper for final drafts.
  • Print and cut out the thermometer to show how hot and cold temperatures are reflected. Makes a great classroom decoration - what's the temperature today?
  • These cards match our calendar weather set: sunny, cloudy, partly cloudy, rainy, snowy, stormy.
  • This Chart Weather (elementary) is perfect to practice graphing skills. Your elementary grade students will love this Chart Weather (elementary). Chart for students to record the weather. Includes cute graphics to use with the chart.
  • Colorful chart illustrating how a thunderstorm functions.
  • Students learn useful weather-related vocabulary, chart local weather for a week and graph the results, and look at clouds from both sides (scientific and artistic).
  • Students use these worksheets to graph the weather conditions during each month of the year. Graphs up to 20 days for each of 7 weather conditions.
  • "Words that come to mind when I think about..." This page features a thought bubble waiting to be filled with on-topic words. Great for kicking off a new unit.
  • "Humans have always been fascinated by rainbows." An informative explanation of rainbows, followed by multiple choice questions.
  • Use this observation log to complement a weather lesson--students track the weather for five days.
  • Use words from a word bank to write short answers about the weather and its effects.
  • A simple introduction to the formation of hurricanes.
  • From "weather" to "water cycle." These vocabulary building word strips with pictures are great for word walls, sentence strips, spelling and vocabulary practice.
  • Each day has six options. Put the option on the calendar that shows the day's weather (if the first of the month is rainy, use the RAINY graphic with a 1).
  • A guide for students to use to write their own books about weather and counting, inspired by Wendy Cheyette Lewison's "Raindrop Plop".
  • From "blossoms" to "windy". These vocabulary building word strips with pictures are great for word walls, sentence strips, spelling and vocabulary practice.
  • This Weather (primary/ESL) Dominoes is perfect to practice literacy skills. Your elementary grade students will love this Weather (primary/ESL) Dominoes. Double-six dominoes, but with weather words instead of dots. Great for early literacy/language instruction.
  • Use these colorful weather symbols for picture graphs and calendars.
  • Students create a weather dictionary, and record weather for a week. Includes a reading comprehension on water (from the viewpoint of a water droplet). Engaging and fun!
  • Learn about hurricanes with this fact-filled reading comprehension.
  • Match the words to the pictures.
  • Hurricane Fred is moving towards Coconut Beach at 13 mph. If Hurricane Fred is 130 miles from Coconut Beach, how many hours will it take for Hurricane Fred to reach Coconut Beach?
  • This Weather Bar Graph Worksheet is perfect to practice graphing skills. Your elementary grade students will love this Weather Bar Graph Worksheet. Students use these worksheets to graph the weather conditions during each month of the year. Graphs up to 15 days for each of 7 weather conditions.
  • This mini-office features simple reviews of basic science concepts: senses, types of weather, colors, parts of the solar system, landforms, living and non-living things, and types of animals.
  • From "cloudy" to "windy", these vocabulary building word strips with pictures are great for word walls, sentence strips, spelling and vocabulary practice.
  • What is the best thing that you can do if a hurricane is approaching? Learn about hurricane safety with this informative reading comprehension lesson.
  • [member-created with abctools] From "anemometer" to "weather".
  • Popsicle sticks and craft boxes make a great project for tracking the weather.
  • Reading comprehension and word search.
  • Terrance is frightened. A hurricane is headed directly towards him! Students can learn about this weather phenomenon along with Terrance in this fact-filled story, and then review their knowledge with comprehension questions.
  • This mini-office features simple reviews of basic science concepts: senses, types of weather, colors, parts of the solar system, landforms, living and non-living things, and types of animals.
  • This unit contains short reading comprehensions on each of the four inner planets, fact cards, and clear teaching ideas. Twelve teaching pages.
  • Summer vocabulary with simple pictures to color.
  • Reading comprehension focusing on different types of clouds, how they are formed, and what they indicate about the weather.

  • Put together this booklet of seasonal vocabulary with cute illustrations. Students can color and learn seasonal words.
  • Use this 'Booklet: What Rhymes With Fall? (primary)' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Booklet: What Rhymes With Fall? (primary)'. Booklet, vocabulary and pictures for words that rhyme with "fall".
  • This fact-filled reading comprehension introduces the vocabulary needed to talk about all the different kinds of weather.