This Reading Weather Maps Flipbook is great for interactive learning! Once assembled, students will see the entire US weather map and will use it to answer the questions that are found beneath each flap.
It's great for practice, assessment, a study tool, station work, homework, etc... and it fits in most interactive notebooks.
4 student handouts
directions for assembling the flipbook
teacher answer key
Information/concepts included are:
•cold fronts/ symbol used on weather map/direction of front movement
•warm fronts/ symbol used on weather map/direction of front movement
•weather associated with various approaching fronts
•weather that occurs after various fronts have passed through an area
•high and low pressure systems (associated weather, movement of air that causes wind)
•practice reading the weather map provided
•identifying hurricane on map and the factors that are necessary for hurricane development