Weather Resources for Teachers

Help students of all ages learn the science behind weather forecasts with the lessons, printables, and references below. Study the effects of climate change with global warming handouts. Graphic organizers will help students chart weather patterns and record what they learn about clouds and seasons. Fun science activities include making a thermometer and a wind vane. You'll find great cross-curricular projects, resources, and Earth Day activities to incorporate meteorology across your curriculum.

Whiteboard Compatible Mini-Lessons
Enhance your teaching strategies and students' learning with these mini-lessons and slideshows on weather forecasting and the wind.
Printables for Grades K-5
Choose from our list of printables to help your students by understanding the connection between climate change and trash in the environment, making a weather bar graph, and improving their reading skills with warm-ups.
Printables for Grades 6-12
Teach your students about weather with these printables. Includes reading warm-ups, learning about evaporation through collecting data and creating a graph, and hands-on activities from a printable book.
Browse our collection of slideshows to find resources to enhance your curriculum with art projects, lessons on animal life cycles, space, the seasons, and much more.
Test your students' knowledge about the weather with these printable multiple-choice quizzes on climate, precipitation, forecasting, and ocean currents.
Lesson Plans
Our Lesson Plans will help students understand weather by hands-on activities such as making a thermometer and weather station, and practicing their math skills by converting Celsius and Fahrenheit.
Graphic Organizers
Use these printable, customizable Graphic Organizers to teach your students about the weather by recording the temperature or weather for the day, filling in a KWL, and more.
Natural Disaster Resources
Help students learn about Natural Disasters with these resources. Includes information about tsunamis and tracking hurricanes along with preparedness tips for your class.
Technology Resources
Using our Technology Resources will enhance your teaching strategies and lessons as well as extend students' learning and understanding about weather.
Weather Activities for Math Class
Interconnect math skills with these Weather Activities. Students learn how to make and use a thermometer, answer qualitative questions, and create a graph and use a chart.
Weather Resources for Language Arts
Your students' reading and writing skills will be expanded with these warm-ups and comprehension questions, along with vocabulary terms to learn related to weather.
Weather Activities for Art Class
Incorporate Weather Activities into art class by creating art pieces using autumn leaves or making a puppet that can tell the weather, drawing family activities done in different types of weather, and more.
Digital Books
Expand your lessons with these Digital Books about weather and increase your students' knowledge. Includes books about severe and disastrous events, and extreme weather.
Weather Resources for Social Studies Class
Explore weather connections using these social studies resources. Includes using a map to answer weather and climate questions, interpreting a map and using knowledge of geography skills, as well as creating a climate model.
Seasonal Weather Activities
Weather changes seasonally provides a great opportunity to expand your lessons on weather with activities such as charting hot and cold temperatures, and reading a passage about how snow flakes are formed.
Weather Resources for History Class
Take a closer look at the influence of weather on the history and development of a society with these resources. Includes reading passages with comprehension questions on hurricanes and droughts.
Weather & Geology Connected
Students learn about the geologic processes involved in the eruptions of volcanoes and formation of tsunamis. Activities include researching, classifying, and drawing volcanoes as well as a reading passage on tsunamis with critical thinking questions.
Weather Activities for Science Class
Extend your science lessons using these weather resources. Includes creating a wind vane, thermometer, and weather station, along with a word search.
Refer to our resources on global warming to enhance your lessons. Some activities included in the reference information.
Environmental Science Resources
Teach your students about the issue of global warming, as well as the effects, and increase their learning with these informational references.
Weather Activities for Earth Day
Earth Day is a great time to extend your students' knowledge of weather and the environment with activities such as constructing and analyzing temperature maps and charts, along with identifying biomes.

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