Must-Try Weather Activities for Kids

These must-try weather activities for kids are fun, hands-on ways to teach about temperatures, clouds, rain… even tornadoes!! Whether you’re in need of a quick kids’ science project or are looking for something more crafty, we’ve got you covered.

These ideas are the perfect compliment to our 30 Science Experiments for kids in our shop!

Whip up a tornado in a jar!

Count and clip rainy day must-haves.

Rainy day number clip cards. Fun for a weather or spring unit!

Discover where rain comes from with a simple prep Water Cycle in a Bag. {This one entertained my boys for DAYS!!}

Learn about the ten different kinds of clouds and then make your own cloud in a jar. // The Happy Housewife

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Match numbered clouds to rain drops. // My Nearest and Dearest

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In a crafty kinda’ mood?! Turn cotton balls into whispy, stormy or puffy clouds. // Primary Punch

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Make a weather station to keep track of rain, temperature and sunshine. // Mr. Printables

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Clip the temperatures on these adorable freebies from Leptir. // Photo by Sorting Sprinkles

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Introduce young kids to different types of weather by playing with some DIY weather sensory bottles. Genius! // Tw0daloo

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Read some weather-themed children’s books. // Buggy and Buddy

weather-headerCreate fog in a bottle. // What We Do All Day

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Learn about wind by blowing a toy sailboat with your breath and shooting feathers through a straw. // Stir the Wonder

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In need of a simple science experiment with a big wow factor? Create lightning-like sparks. // Learn Play Imagine

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Set out some pinecones and start making some weather predictions. // Science Sparks

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Make some fluffy, powdery, COLD snow with just two ingredients. // Growing a Jeweled Rose

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And finally, find out how much water is really in snow by melting it. So easy and memorable!! // Simple Little Home

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Learn so much more with our 30 Science Experiments in our shop!  It comes a no-prep science journal to keep track of their results – kids will beg to repeat them!

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