This is a month-long weather study that fits in perfectly with the kindergarten science curriculum. You can use these sheets individually, in a packet, or make them into a file folder. (I put the cover on the cover of the folder, the calendar on the inside left, and staple the remaining papers on the right side of the folder so that the students have a "file" for their study".
First, students must learn what a "lion" or "lamb" day is, and make a prediction of which category will have more.
Students observe the weather and decide whether it is a "lion" day or a "lamb" day. They color the calendar according to their findings. This is done daily.
The file remains in school, so we always catch up the weekend weather on Mondays.
The remaining hand-outs can be done throughout the month, saving the "result" page for the end of the month.
The calendar in my classroom is home-made and features lions or lambs for the numbers.