One of my favorite things to teach my early learning students was all about weather. It is something that affects them daily. They can relate to the weather. I made it part of our daily routine to state what the weather was like for the day. Learning about weather is fun for young learners. These fun weather activities will be a hit with your kiddos.
I always had a weatherboard set for my early learners in the center where I worked years ago. Of course, there was color, blue skies and Velcro animations of different weather types so that children can determine the weather for the day.
I really enjoyed the interactive time with the kids and so did they.
I just found out that my best friend’s child wants to be a weather person! How cool is that? Exposing kids to the weather is useful for them in life and as part of their education.
These awesome fun weather activities for your kids will help them learn all about clouds, rain, and extreme weather. You can also learn how to apply weather learning to your daily homeschool routine and tasks.
Grab some of these weather resources to explore all types of weather in your homeschool:
Learning Resources Calendar & Weather Pocket Chart, Classroom Organization, 136 PieceMy First Daily Magnetic Calendar | Weather Station for Kids | Moods and Emotions | Preschool Learning Toys | Classroom Calendar Set |Usable on Wall or FridgeWeather Reporter: A Second-Grade Earth Science Unit (William & Mary Units)Learning Resources Helping Hands Pocket Chart, Classroom Organization, Teacher Accessories, 30 Cards, Ages 5+Weather (Super Science Activities)Calendar and Weather Pocket Chart with 108 Illustrated Activity Cards, 40 Dry Erasable Flash Cards and 3 Hooks (28
Check out these fun weather activities for kids from Living Life and Learning.
Are you looking for a unique science subject to study in your homeschool? Do you have an aspiring meteorologist who is interested in learning about the weather?
Jeannette is a wife, mother and homeschooling mom. She has been mightily, saved by grace and is grateful for God’s sovereignty throughout her life’s journey. She has a Bachelor in English Education and her MBA. Jeannette is bi-lingual and currently lives in the Tongan Islands of the South Pacific. She posts daily freebies for homeschoolers!
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