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Weather Unit - Activity ideas for teaching about weather source

Weather - In our weather unit, part of the objectives are to learn forecasting skills. We have a morning news program that kids do and we started doing the "Weather Watch" everyday for the school...source

Weather Song - During my morning meeting, I have someone go to the window and check the weather outside. While theyre heading out there, we sing this song...source

Climate - Learn about climate by studying the average daily and seasonal weather events in a certain region. Sections: Weather VS Climate; Regional Climates, Activities, and source

Dans Wild Wild Weather Page - Basic information about clouds- temperature- humidity...from a Meteorologist in Huntsville Alabama source

El Nino: Hot Air Over Hot Water - Information and simple activities to help explain the science behind the El Nino weather event source

Mad About Meteorology - Two weak integrated unit on meteorology investigates the water cycle, clouds, air movement, fronts, precipitation, and forecasting source

Natural Catastrophic Phenomena - Students work in cooperative groups to research the effect weather and catastrophic events can have on the landscape with this integrated unit source

Predicting Weather Using Maps - Using the Internet, students interpret weather map symbols and predict what will happen to high and low pressure areas over three days (Grades 3-5) source

Seasons - Young students use hands-on activities to learn about the seasons by studying the sun, phases of the moon, causes of the seasons, why leaves change color, the calendar and more (In Adobe Acrobat PDF format) source

Seasons Thematic Unit - Youngsters learn about the four seasons of the year, calandars, and seasonal activities with this integrated thematic unit source

The Disaster Area - A colorful site with kid-friendly information about tornados, hurricanes, earthquakes, floods and other natural disasters source

The Four Seasons Webquest - First graders observe changing seasons and share what they have learned with this webquest. Links to color sheets and activities for each season source

Weather - Students will explore the world of weather with a focus on rain with this integrated thematic unit source

Weather - Twelve to sixteen week environmental activities unit designed for fourth grade students. Activities adapted from several natural resource programs source

Weather Clip Art - Collection of weather related clip art. Subcategories include clouds, hurricanes, lightning, rain, rainbows, storms, tornadoes and more source

Weather Online - Click on "Weather Tools" for an extensive list of weather-related sites on the Internet (advanced interest) source

Best Weather WebQuest - Students use Internet sources to find the city with the "best weather". source

Weather Wordsearch Puzzle - A printable wordsearch puzzle on the topic of weather source

WeatherEye Lesson Overview - Index to Teachers guides of weather lessons (Grades 2-12)from WeatherEye. Topics: Forecasting, Climate, Clouds, Lightning, Floods, Tornadoes, Hurricanes, and source

Wind Speed - Internet resources provide anemometer activities and Beaufort Scale to study wind speed source

"Windy" Things To Make - Directions for making a pinwheel, anemometer, windsock, and wind vane using simple inexpensive materials source

Wonderful World of Weather - Standards-based Real Time Data Module allows young students to investigate weather phenomenon both locally and in other places around the world source

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