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I think this would be great to do maybe once a month, maybe twice. It's a great way for students to practice the days of the weeks, the months, and the weather.

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My Weather Report

Young Meteorologist Requirement #8: Watch TV or online weather forecast for a week. Make a table of the weather forecasted and what the actual weather turned out to be. Was the weather person always able to forecast the coming conditions.

My weather book: This could be a take home journal that students take home once a week to write and draw about the weather outside. The students would be able to get writing practice and be able to identify seasons and weather at the same time.

WEATHER WEEK: Weather Recap Cloud & Rainbow Craft Puffy Paint Cloud Rain Cloud Experiment Printable: 2-Letter Beginner Sight Words Hanging Rainbow Pasta Homemade Cloud Dough Printable: “Today the Weather Is…” Sheet

no-no: classic writing project with emphasis on cute stationery and very little student writing. Even kdg. students need to construct connected text, not just fill in blanks.

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Weekly Temperature Tracking Printable

This is a great chart that you could use to teach the students how to graph temperature, and then have them fill one out for a week.

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Weather Unit

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