This worksheet offers a simple way for Spanish teachers to teach students about the climate and weather in Mexico — all in Spanish. the first side of the worksheet is designed to support a basic "lecture" in which the teacher explains the two basic regions for climate in Mexico. there’s a spot to color a sketch of beach/ocean and mountains, and places to fill in the blanks about the weather expected there. Finally, there’s a spot to list major Mexican cities in each region.
Note that this lesson is possible to complete for Spanish I learners who know weather and season words, plus basics like the cardinal directions and a few map features (mountains, oceans, cities, etc.). I find it easiest to present this information with a map of Mexico.
The second side of the page is meant to support a quick web quest on a Spanish weather site (weather.com has a good Spanish language page). First, assign small groups a Mexican city and make sure they can find it on the map (Google maps in Spanish is a great website for this part). Students should use their knowledge of Mexican climate to answer the first questions, then use a Spanish weather website to answer the rest. At the end, they evaluate their initial responses. You can have groups do small presentations about the weather in their city as a wrap-up activity if you like. Students really can do this all in Spanish!