Teaching a weather unit?! These 14 weather activities teach young meteorologists about weather, temperature, clouds, tornadoes, precipitation, picking weather appropriate clothes, weather-themed math and more.

Grab your set in our shop or on Teachers Pay Teachers!

Then, if you’re ready to tackle more fun science, check out our 30 Science Experiments in our shop your kids will beg to repeat!

Weather Activities: Peek Inside

These hands-on activities make learning about weather fun for kids!

Introduce three types of weather (rainy, snowy and sunny) with an engaging flapbook.

Learn about weather-appropriate clothing with a batch of playful clip cards.

Check for understanding with a daily weather report.

Then, add in some graph practice with a fun roll and chart game.

Talk about hot and cold temperatures.

And practice coloring the correct temperature on the thermometer.

Grab a Ziploc and whip up a water cycle in a bag.

And follow up with a cloud craftivity.

Learn about tornadoes by whipping up one of your own.

Play Weather Bingo.

And that’s just the beginning!

Grab Your Pack

Hop over and download your copy of the Weather Activity Pack in our shop or on Teachers Pay Teachers!

And don’t forget to keep the science fun going with our 30 Science Experiments!

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  1. I am a member of CCL, Climate Change Lobby.org and I am part of a tabled presentation at a conference at UMASS Amherst. While parents are busy learning about climate change and asking questions, I would like to be able to pique the interest of their children with activities that have to do with climate change. The age levels would be 3-5 years old for one activity, and another experiment or activity for 6-9 years old. Any thoughts??

    I am a devoted subscriber to your reading materials which my intervention students in K just adore.

    I am a retired reading specialist volunteering in an urban school part time.

    I would love to have your input!

    Thank you,
    Mary Lou Morong

  2. Can you let me know if I purchased a weather activity unit-I submitted my order but don’t see a receipt or download

    1. I do not see a purchase under this email for our Playdough to Plato website.
      If you purchased from TpT, you would need to check your My Purchases tab.
      Please email me at hello@www.playdoughtoplato.com for further assistance.
      Ashley // Happiness Ambassador

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