Experiment with online weather tools, meet weather experts, track storms, and learn about earthquakes, floods, hurricanes, and more.
Weather Watch Teaching Resources
Professional books and resources to support your unit on weather
PreK–K, 1–2, 3–5, 6–8
Books for Students
Use our book list of weather-themed titles, fiction and nonfiction, to find books for your students to use during your weather unit.
Supplement your Weather Watch unit by incorporating the mini-books, simple science experiments, and craft projects described in these professional resources.
Easy Make and Learn Projects: Weather
by Patricia J. Wynne and Donald M. Silver
Children will learn about where the weather takes place; how thunderstorms, hurricanes, and tornadoes form; how meteorologists measure weather; and much more with these interactive mini-books and manipulatives that feature simple text and realistic art.
Easy Science Activity Journals
by Mary Kay Carson
Ready-to-go reproducible journals combine simple hands-on experiments with thought-provoking prompts that encourage kids to learn and write about science.
Coffee Can Science: 25 Easy, Hands-on Activities That Teach Key Concepts in Physical, Earth, and Life Sciences — and Meet the Science Standards
by Steve Tomacek
Turn an everyday coffee can into a barometer, an acoustic amplifier, or even a lung. Hands-on activities put students in the middle of the experiment while supporting standards-aligned lessons.
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