This is a great project to complete with your students while studying weather or seasons. It was designed for use during the an ELA unit on weather but could be used during science as well! This packet includes the following:
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Do you use project based learning in your classroom? This project is the perfect way for primary classrooms to explore weather through project based learning. Your students will research the weather forecast, write a script, and record their own forecast to share with the class! This is a great wa
No-prep, creative weather enrichment projects! Fun, creative science projects your students will love! Students will complete nine creative projects from creating a crazy factual forecast to graphing weekly weather trends and much more; a great way to reinforce all of the weather science standards
If you are teaching the weather expressions to beginners, you are probably trying to find some ways to make it fun! If you have more advanced students, there is an all-French version!
This weather project and presentation allows you to assess written and oral skills while bringing French geography
No-prep Earth's forces: erosion and weathering enrichment projects and vocabulary! Fun, creative projects your students will love! The projects range from writing about their dream landform vacation to learning about natural destructive forces in our environment. This is also an excellent way to i
This Weather Unit has two different activities to teach weather to students. The package includes
- Vocabulary worksheet with twelve weather expressions and Word bank. This worksheet includes the determinate articles in Spanish el, la , las, los. You can use this worksheet to teach students abou
No-prep, landforms, erosion and weathering creative and fun enrichment projects! The students will investigate concepts such as why certain crops grow better in different soil and how a physical map would change in 100 years and much more! Students learn about weathering, erosion, and landforms wi
This project is a Pyramid Diorama to share information about a type of severe weather. Students did research on a type of severe weather, and I gave them a specific list of links to use. I had them work individually, but I could see this also being a good partner project depending on the class. The
This differentiated science and writing project is a meaningful addition to your weather unit, with an added exposure to geography (map skills), and land forms (national parks). Students will track weather data from national parks and use the data to predict the weather for the following day. In th
I've used this project two years in a row now. It is a project that allows students to check and track the weather daily. I have done this either as an independent project where students check the whether on their own and I have done it whole class where we check the weather together. The students l
• Activity Guide
• Calendar/Weather Journal
• Monthly Weather Data Collection Form
• Weather Data Analysis Sheet
• Weather Vocabulary Sheet
• Making an Anemometer Direction Sheet
• Making a Rain Gauge Direction Sheet
• Rain Collection Worksheet
• Making a Wind Sock Directio
This is a great way to start or end a unit on weather! This resource allows students to choose a weather topic such as rain, sleet, snow, hailstones, blizzards, lightning, etc. The students are given a rubric and graphic organizers to help them organize and research their topic. Rubrics are provi
Great weather project based on the multiple intelligences! Great differentiation! Choices galore ( actually 17 of them!!) Science made interesting! Enjoy the vast array of choices and use them in other content areas as well! Thanks! Patti Messier
This project is terrific to accompany a science unit on weather. Students are asked to research a meteorological tool, make a personal connection to weather by keeping a journal, and to choose from a number of creative activities with a weather theme.
This product includes a grading rubric.
This is a great product I have used when working with my weather unit. It is student directed learning by having students fill out these pre-made note sheets and turning them into posters. There is also a rubric included for both teacher and student to have input on the grade. There are note shee
This project is a great addition to any weather unit. Depending on how much class time you have to devote to this project, it could take up to six weeks. You can shorten it by having students work on parts of the project for homework. Students will be choosing a city and collecting weather data f
In this activity, students will use current weather data from their city to predict the weather over the next days. Students will create a prediction, defend it with what they learned about weather, create a short weather presentation with a weather map, and evaluate their prediction based on the a
This project consists of a tic tac toe board with 9 available activities that all center around one of the multiple intelligences. A grading rubric is provided for each and there is a contract letter that can be signed by the parent and student. This can be used for grade 3 and up
The goal of this project is for students to create a 7 day and U.S forecast of their birthday week. They will use various websites (provided) to research what the weather was like on and around their birthday. They will create a visual presentation of the 7 day and US weather forecast using the vari
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Use this project with your students to track the weather of their favorite city. Students will choose a city around the world to track the daily weather for 10 consecutive days. They will be using Weather Underground and The Weather Channel to find this information. P
This project is meant to enhance the study of weather for upper elementary and middle school. The students are to choose between the following weather measuring devices:
They are to complete a written report, which must contain a tim
Combined Space and Weather project. The world is ending because of catastrophic weather events. Students explain the weather event They research different weather events in their group and Earth and a planet in our solar system. They use this information to come up with a new planet we could live on
This 2 week project based learning plan and materials is great for 2nd graders to become immersed in learning about different weather tools, and weather patterns.
It also is a great way for students create cross-curricular connections in language arts, STEM, and math!
STEM lessons, literature reco
Included is an EDITABLE project description, graphic organizer, and suggested grading breakdown for a Spanish project on weather. Students research the forecast of a Spanish-speaking country, create a poster, and give a weather broadcast in the target language. If students do not have access to vide
This is a short project where a student can choose a part of the country and investigate its weather. This is a simple version that can be modified as necessary. Students will have the opportunity to check various basic temperatures, appropriate clothing and write a letter describing the weather.
Objectives: to lean the different types of weather ( sunny, partly cloudy, cloudy, rainy, snowy, haily, stormy and windy), to learn how to dress and what activities to practice in different types of weather, to observe the weather and to create a weather tally chart.
It contains 8 slides, writing an
Google has a great spread sheet program called sheets. It is similar to Microsoft Excel.
This project will use Google sheets to chart the predicted weather of a city over a one week period then graph the results automatically using Google sheets
The directions are step-by-step with pictures for e
You have just been hired by your teacher to serve as his travel agent! Your teacher saved enough money to enjoy a fabulous vacation during their Winter Break or Summer break. They have chosen December, July, and August as months he would like to go on his vacation!
They need your help collecting d
I have my students pretend to be Gucci employees and design a line of clothes for the Francophone world. Students must describe the clothing, when to wear it, and what activities can be done while wearing it. I have students record their sentences on Educreations (free app for iPad) but you could
A fun project for students that requires students to research a weather phenomenon and show their learning by designing an interactive presentation.
- Outline of project, with required research questions
- A starter page to help students create their own questions about their topi
Students are given 2 options to demonstrate their understanding of vocabulary for weather and weather related activities.
One option is to research the weather in a Spanish speaking country and create a visual presentation and the other option is to create a Spanish weather report and present it t
Students will be given a spanish city. They will provide a 4 day weather forecast that includes:
activity you can do on this day
You will also state what season that city is in
The second page provides the temperature conversion formulas and examples
Need an self-paced science project for your kiddos? Check this out! My students LOVED observing, identifying, drawing, and reporting the weather patterns and precipitation fall at their homes.
The product prompts students to write notes over several days (watching both in the morning and in the a
This is a very versatille project that can be interpreted in many ways.
The students must compare and contraste the different weather seasons for the different hemispheres (north america vs south america). They have to make visual representation and then visualize their findings in some way.
This is simple project for weather that my fourth graders will be working through.
It is set up so that each child can choose 1 of the 2 projects (poster or technology). With in each choice, there are multiple choices on topics.
Choice 1 - Weather Instruments/ Poster
Choice 2 - Types of weather (s
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Spanish 2 Group Activity
OVERVIEW: I never made it to weather expressions in my Spanish 1 class, so I needed a project that was relatively quick but gave them a good review of weather vocabulary and also exercised some new concepts that we ha
**Awesome opportunity for project based learning and technology integration.
Students use various tools (textbook, library book, magazines, PebbleGo videos, Youtube, etc.) to gather information about their research topic (type of severe weather).
To integrate technology, this information from thi
This can be used in centers or to compliment your current weather unit. (check out my Weather Unit at Eric’s Elementary Resource Store)
The students choose the activities/projects that they want to complete. When they complete a task, they hand it in and you mark the box of the completed assignmen
After teaching Spanish weather vocabulary, this makes a great culminating project. Learning goals and learning scales/rubric included. Students write and present a weather forecast in Spanish. This product makes evaluation a snap! Perfect for classes utilizing the Marzano model.
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This is very similar to the group project, where the groups researched tornadoes, hurricanes, or thunderstorms. This resource is an individual project where the student researches floods, blizzards, tsunamis, or any other type of severe weather. This resource includes a rubric/directions.
From the everyday phenomena of wind and clouds to the awesome, destructive power of lightning, tornadoes, and hurricanes, children can explore weather in detail with this fascinating science activity book. Throughout the text instructions for building weather-measuring tools - barometers, psychromet
Students will collect temperature and weather data for 2 cities of their choice. They will analyze the data to identify factors that would cause differences or similarities in weather for the 2 cities. Students will create graphs and diagrams explaining their findings and then present them to the