I feel like you can never go wrong with a Tomie de Paola book! Again, this is a way you can incorporate reading into your weather unit. Since it's on their reading level, you can even add this to a literacy center as additional material for your main lesson. Summer Schools, Clouds Book, Reading Rainbows, Reading Level, Tomie Depaola, Nature Study, Earth Science, Second Grade, Weather United
The term hurricane is derived from Huracan, a god of evil recognized by an ancient tribe from Central America. In other parts of the world, hurricanes
40 Weather Crafts from Rainbows, to clouds, to sunshine and wind. Once you have talked with your students about different weather patterns you can let them be crafty and create what they have just learned about to take home to their parents or to display in the classroom.
Of course, when talking about weather, it's necessary to talk about different ways to measure weather in order to incorporate math into the unit. I think it would be fun for the students to create their own thermometer (as shown in a different pin) or their own rain guage. Those are both cheap yet creative ideas.
I created a simple weather book with sight words and weather words. The children will draw the correct weather outside of the window until the last page where they can draw the actual weather outside!