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  • 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? (lower resolution, smaller file size)
  • This Kite (color) easy Shape Puzzle is perfect to practice geometry skills. Your elementary grade students will love this Kite (color) easy Shape Puzzle. Cut out the shapes and arrange them into this shape of a kite.
  • Grammar poster about weather. Affiche de grammaire au sujet du temps.
  • white, wispy, and curly
  • Wide-lined paper with an illustration of a rainbow at the top left. Portrait orientation.
  • 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.
  • Fun weather-themed late homework notices, assignment notices, and grading sheet.
  • Can you invent your own mnemonic devices for the order of the colors of the rainbow? Try to make some in the chart below.
  • A page for students to describe the weather and draw a picture. Copy it to make a journal.
  • This Kite (b/w) easy Shape Puzzle is perfect to practice geometry skills. Your elementary grade students will love this Kite (b/w) easy Shape Puzzle. Cut out the shapes and arrange them into this shape of a kite.
  • 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).
  • 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?
  • Explains the importance of trees in the production of rain.
  • Use this 'Book: Tornado Alert (elementary)' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Book: Tornado Alert (elementary)'. Vocabulary and comprehension exercises supplement Franklyn M. Branley's informative book about tornadoes.
  • Define and draw key weather-related vocabulary.
  • Use this 'Color and Write Prompt: A Windy Day (primary)' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Color and Write Prompt: A Windy Day (primary)'. A picture to color and space to write a very short story with theme words from a word bank.
  • [member-created with abctools] From "air" to "tornado".
  • This Kite (b/w) hard Shape Puzzle is perfect to practice geometry skills. Your elementary grade students will love this Kite (b/w) hard Shape Puzzle. Cut out the shapes and arrange them into this shape of a kite.
  • A short recap of French weather expressions. Les expressions du temps en résumé.
  • This Rainfall Line Graph is perfect to practice graphing skills. Your elementary grade students will love this Rainfall Line Graph. "How many inches of rain did Bennington receive during week 1 in 2002?" Use a line graph to determine the changes in rainfall over a two-year period.
  • "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.
  • Draw pictures of seasonally appropriate clothing.
  • Create your own mini-tornado in order to better understand this weather phenomenon.
  • From "apple cider" to "scarecrow". These vocabulary building word strips with pictures are great for word walls, sentence strips, spelling and vocabulary practice.

  • Use this 'Book: All the Colors of the Rainbow (elementary)' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Book: All the Colors of the Rainbow (elementary)'. Enhances vocabulary and comprehension for the book about rainbows and prisms by Alan Fowler.
  • A higher-level version of our elementary reading comprehension, this lesson contains a broader vocabulary and more hurricane facts.
  • [member-created document] This document was made with the abcteach crossword puzzle tool. 3 ACROSS: A huge mass of spinning wind.
  • 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.
  • "Humans have always been fascinated by rainbows." An informative explanation of rainbows, followed by multiple choice questions.
  • Colorful chart illustrating how a thunderstorm functions.
  • Use this observation log to complement a weather lesson--students track the weather for five days.
  • From "beach towel" to "picnic basket." These vocabulary building word strips with pictures are great for word walls, sentence strips, spelling and vocabulary practice.
  • Use these colorful weather symbols for picture graphs and calendars.
  • A fact-filled reading comprehension.
  • "The best defense against a tornado is being prepared..." Learn about tornados with this informative reading comprehension.
  • Use this 'Spelling: Weather (elem/upper elem)' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Spelling: Weather (elem/upper elem)'. Learn vocabulary with this fun weather-themed set: a word search, word scramble, dictionary skills, and more. From "atmosphere" to "velocity".