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    Weather Lapbook and foldables to help your students learn about the weather. $

    Weather Forecast--have students chart the weather for the week and predict the weekend weather!

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    Seasons for Social Studies! {{Freebie}} Grade Level(s): First, Second, Third, Fourth Seasons affect many parts of daily life. Climate, weather and the change of the seasons affect much of what we do each day. Many people choose where to live based on the climate. Weather can be both a helpful and destructive force for people and their property.


    $1.50 Weather Journal - Write across the curriculum with this Weather Observation Journal. 4 page template: 4 versions: one with skip count baselines and one with simple lines, two with text box on the right side and 2 with text box on bottom.

    A true weather app for kids designed by a 6 year old boy (and his meteorologist dad). Power packed with real time weather conditions, forecasts, science and fun facts about the weather, plus it is interactive making it fun for the kids. This includes math and science with S.T.E.M in mind to make parents and teachers happy as well. (SO COOL! The selected avatar dresses for the day!)

    FREEBIE! Take a stroll around your school grounds to familiarise your students with their new location and soak up the sights and sounds of Nature... A fun outside activity allowing your children to experience the simple pleasures of nature! Includes a mini lesson plan and a worksheet based on the 5 senses to follow up their outdoor experience

    This unit is designed for early primary students and ELL newcomers. It is filled with activities and printables that develop the unit's concepts and vocabulary. Enjoy teaching your young students about weather and seasons while developing their ability to compare and contrast, create patterns, make observations, write and much more.


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