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  • From "beach towel" to "picnic basket." These vocabulary building word strips with pictures are great for word walls, sentence strips, spelling and vocabulary practice.
  • 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.
  • Draw pictures and describe fun seasonal activities.
  • Report planner, KWL, and a lined page to write a report about weather. Includes a survey and graph to find out about people's favorite weather.
  • [member-created withabctools] Students put vocabulary words in the rays of the sun shape. Trace and cut out for a great shapebook.
  • Sort the sentences into their matching seaons. This game is a good opportunity for discussion and group work.
  • 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.
  • Venn diagram, web organizer, seasonal fact wheel.
  • From "autumn" to "sunflower". These vocabulary building word strips with pictures are great for word walls, sentence strips, spelling and vocabulary practice.

  • 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).
  • Use this foldable booklet form to organize Know, Want to know, and Learned material about the weather. In black and white.
  • From "boots" to "toboggan", these vocabulary building word strips with pictures are great for word walls, sentence strips, spelling and vocabulary practice.
  • A guide for students to use to write their own books about weather and counting, inspired by Wendy Cheyette Lewison's "Raindrop Plop".
  • Draw a picture to represent each season.
  • From "blossoms" to "windy". These vocabulary building word strips with pictures are great for word walls, sentence strips, spelling and vocabulary practice.
  • Use this 'Book: What Will the Weather Be? (primary/elem)' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Book: What Will the Weather Be? (primary/elem)'. Enhances vocabulary and comprehension for Lynda DeWitt's book about weather and meteorology.
  • [member-created document] This document was made with the abcteach word search puzzle tool. NOTES: Find the tornado themed words in this tornado-shaped word search.
  • Use words from a word bank to write short answers about the weather and its effects.
  • What is the best thing that you can do if a hurricane is approaching? Learn about hurricane safety with this informative reading comprehension lesson.
  • Learn about hurricanes with this fact-filled reading comprehension.
  • 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.
  • Use this 'Writing Paper: Groundhog Day' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Writing Paper: Groundhog Day'. "Describe what the weather is like where you live." Lined paper with writing prompt and cute illustration of a groundhog.
  • 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.
  • From "cloudy" to "windy", these vocabulary building word strips with pictures are great for word walls, sentence strips, spelling and vocabulary practice.
  • Popsicle sticks and craft boxes make a great project for tracking the weather.
  • Reading comprehension and word search.
  • Use this 'Book: Feel the Wind (primary)' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Book: Feel the Wind (primary)'. Vocabulary enhancement to accompany Arthur Dorros's book explaining the causes and effects of wind. Caution: this book may be hard to find.
  • 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.
  • A simple introduction to the formation of hurricanes.
  • An introduction to clouds. A good lesson for reading comprehension and science.
  • Match the words to the pictures.
  • Fill in the missing letters in this illustrated booklet of winter-themed words.
  • This Umbrella Grid Coloring is perfect to practice grid coloring skills. Your elementary grade students will love this Umbrella Grid Coloring. Follow the directions and color the grid to make the shape of an umbrella. Grid coloring is great for developing early map skills.
  • Center activity: instructions for making a poster about the water cycle.
  • This Weather Bar Graph Worksheet with Cute Graphics is perfect to practice graphing skills. Your elementary grade students will love this Weather Bar Graph Worksheet with Cute Graphics. 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. Some weather graphics are cute (snowman, daisy with umbrella).
  • [member-created with abctools] From "anemometer" to "weather".
  • Summer vocabulary with simple pictures to color.
  • From "weather" to "water cycle." These vocabulary building word strips with pictures are great for word walls, sentence strips, spelling and vocabulary practice.
  • Word Search for upper elementary, with hurricane-themed vocabulary.

  • 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!