From the Weather Watch Teaching Guide Unit Plan

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.

Professional Resources

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
Grades 2–3

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
Grades 3–7

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
Grades 4–8

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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