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Weather Chart | Journal Research Activity Interactive Notebook | Science Lapbook


Hands-on, interactive research project and journal for Weather unit.

Pages: 24


Make weather research fun for kindergarteners! Turn your students into meterologists as they research weather and learn weather facts through this hands-on, science interactive notebook! 

When it’s time to teach different types of weather to kindergarteners there’s one thing we all know it must be: FUN. 

But let’s not stop at just FUN. 

These weather research activities can give you peace of mind knowing that you can use these weather research activities all week long!  No need to go hunting for anything else weather themed.

This weather research activity goes beyond just a worksheet, with lots of fun weather flips and flaps to make, and various interactive weather activities. 

Your meterologists will be engaged and learn about weather in many different ways and will have a keepsake lapbook to bring home and share with their families!

***Click here for the digital version***

What weather activities are included:

All About Weather – research different types of weathers with this mini flip book

Weather Word / Picture Match – learn different weather vocabulary by matching the picture to the vocabulary word

Weather KWL – tap into the students’ prior knowledge and schema while also figuring out what they want to learn during the weather unit

Clouds can/have/are – students create a mini anchor chart to describe clouds

Meteorologists study/use/can – learn all about the people that help predict the weather each day

Describe the Weather – students will use various adjectives to describe different types of weather

Weather Facts – document student learning by recording interesting facts throughout the unit

Draw Weekly Weather – Record the weekly weather in this weather chart

Weather Vocabulary – students will discover new weather words

Make a Cloud using cotton balls – a fun weather craft to describe clouds

My favorite type of weather is… writing prompt – Get students writing all about their favorite weather

Weather Tools – ever wonder what tools people use to measure and determine weather? Come find out!

Compare Sunny/Snowy – use a Venn Diagram to compare various types of weather

Compare Rainy/Sunny – use a Venn Diagram to compare various types of weather

Compare Snowy/Rainy – use a Venn Diagram to compare various types of weather

Favorite Weather Book – pair this with your favorite weather book

Graph the Weather – Compare the type of weather your students experience all week long

and more

What do I still need?

☆ file folder, construction paper, or notebook

☆ scissors

☆ glue

☆ markers, crayons, or colored pencils

That is it!

How can this be used?

This resource can be used in many different ways.

You can have your students create a lapbook from a file folder so they have a keepsake to bring home.

Students can also use these activities in an interactive notebook and keep them throughout the school year.

Please use this as it best fits your classroom and your students.

This is a great way for your kids to be engaged in learning about weather! If you have any questions please let me know! Hope you and your students have a great time exploring different types of weather!

If you like this Flippy Flap, check out my other themed Flippy Flaps Click to view more Flippy Flaps


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