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 Read More
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.
Our team has been working hard these past few months to create tons of resources for your children to learn about different types of weather and natural disasters. We have some children that are fascinated by the weather, and had a hard time finding resources that would work for them. We wondered if Read More
Spring is right around the corner, and for a lot of the nation, that means more time spent outdoors! Our favorite past time is going outside with a blanket, and laying in the grass and watching the clouds move by. Watching clouds is a fun family activity that an also be turned into a great science Read More
Winter has been in full swing all over the country, except for here in Florida! My children and I have been having a lot of fun seeing everyone's photos of being snowed in, and all those snow days. Today it was 80 degrees and we are wearing shorts. My girls have been begging us to take Read More