Growing up in Florida, I spent a lot of time watching the weather channel, especially during summer thunderstorms and hurricane season. It can be exciting for kids to watch weather forecasters as they forecast the weather, and track big storms that are rolling in.
Learning how to watch and track the weather is a fun skill that will get your children excited about the weather. There are lots of different ways to track the weather, and things to learn about the instruments used to track the weather. We have compiled a lot of interesting and fun printables charts, calendars and activities to put together your own unit study on weather tracking.
FREE Weather Tracking Printables:
Students will use a combination of written narration, copywork, drawing and labeling alongside The New Weather Book to learn all about weather, natural disasters, and meteorology. View sample pages of the Weather Student Notebook – A Meteorological Notebooking Adventure.
FREE Weather Forecasting Tools Guided Drawing Activity Pack Instant Download:
We have put together a fun and unique unit study activity to help your children learn about the different tools that weather forecasters use to track the weather. They will learn about what each instrument is used for, how to draw the instrument and there are even reading comprehension activities.
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FREE Weather & Natural Disaster Downloads:
Supplement your study of weather with our free weather and natural disaster related printables. These FREE science units include notebooking journals, research pages, weather copywork, weather and natural disaster terminology & more.
Weather Tracking Activities:
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