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The Weather Journal is a fun activity for students to learn about the weather! The journal can be used to practice the Georgia Performance Standard: S1E1 Students will observe, measure, and communicate weather data to see patterns in weather and climate. b. Investigate weather by observing, measur
This journal will be easy to use in your kindergarten classroom. Students are expected to fill out the weather for the day. There are visuals along with words. Students also write in the day of the week and copy the weather word they circled to complete a weather sentence.
This Extreme Weather Journal is perfect to add to your weather unit! Students will draw and write about thunderstorms, tornadoes, hurricanes, and blizzards. I have provided both Full Page and Half Page versions for your to choose from. I hope you enjoy this Extreme Weather Booklet. Please follow m
When teaching my weather unit, I really want my students to notice the daily weather conditions and how much they can change from day to day. To help with this I have my students keep a daily weather journal where they must write 3 words that describe the day's weather, illustrate the daily weather
Great for a morning activity or to turn into a weather journal for the class or each student.
K - 3rd
This is a free printable Weather tracking worksheet for student learning about the weather! Find more free weather tracking printables on Daily Weather Journal:-Day of the Week, Month of the Year, Date-The temperature in F or C, Written Temperature. Feels Like.-Precipitation
This product consists of 7 full-page math journal prompts for whole-class discussion, plus 7 sheets that have 3-10 matching cut-and-paste journal prompts. Simply make enough copies for the whole class, cut them into strips, and students can paste their prompts in their math journals. Each full page
I was excited to do the Shaving Cream rain experiment with my class, but I wanted a component to go along with it that would encourage them to make predictions and see what actually happened as they tested their predictions. I decided to make a prediction journal for my class. This experiment will
PreK - 2nd
This is a 5 day weather journal intended for brief entries of 1-3 sentences. A weather word box is provided. There is space to write the date for each day, boxes for the students to write three appropriate words for the day and lines to turn those words into describing sentences. An alternative f
1st - 3rd
Greetings, meteorologists! In this little book, kids can record and interpret all kinds of things they can see, hear, feel, and smell to predict the weather. They'll need to observe the sky and the air closely, and record what they discover on the data pages within the journal. You need: +Printer
This is a simple journal that your students can quickly write and draw about what the weather is like each day! It has 5 spaces for each day of the week and of course a place to write their name. Enjoy!
PreK - 12th
We use this to start each day for our elementary kids for homeschool. We print one for each child and put it in a dry erase sleeve so we can reuse it every day.*This resource contains icons made by Prosymbols and Pixel perfect from Flaticon
Add this simple but effective weather journal to your morning warm up work, journal, and/or calendar routine. Students can make daily observations each month and record their findings. Meredith Long
PreK - 1st
This is designed to be used in Google Slides (classroom or Canvas) for students to keep track of local weather for 1 week. Includes a temperature chart and daily data logs. Can be used by virtual learners or in class.
2nd - 5th
Weather Journal so students could track weather!
PreK - 5th
Use as a daily weather journal, during a weather unit, or occasionally during calendar time. Students will write the date, temperature, weather, and draw a picture. Don't forget to check out the Spring Writing Prompts packet in the Grow and Enjoy store!
Introducing weather to students is always more fun with interactive journals! Use this journal to document daily weather during your unit!
Students record the temperature, weather, and cloud types in the worksheet. They also draw what it looks like outside. Excellent for Weather unit!
2nd - 3rd
This is a journal to help students explore how weather works. There are two sun expeirments in the journal and places to write what they learn about rain, snow, clouds, and wind.
For one week, student's have to observe the weather, temperature, and clouds. This packet includes: -7 days of weather observations -2 days of cloud observations -2 days of temperature observations Graphics and fonts used with permission from: Graphics From the Pond ht
1st - 3rd
Weather Journal - students will fill out for a week (make extra copies of page 3). Includes title page and weather tools vocabulary
K - 3rd
Use this template to have students log the different weather qualities, such as, air pressure, temperature, wind speed, and other observations they see. They may draw, color, create sentences to express their observations. It even gives them the opportunity to practice converting Fahrenheit to Celsi
First grade science journal for the FOSS Weather Unit.
This product has been created to introduce students to my weather unit. This resource could be adapted for many different grade levels. Students are to keep a Weather Journal for 10 days. After, we would compare the student data and create graphs to make predictions. We will also compare the predict

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