I hope your class has as much fun with these Weather Crowns as mine has. We acted out weather, swooshed through the room, sprinkled water on one another, and “froze to death” on a perfectly warm afternoon. At my Pre-K level, we drew pictures of the weather to glue on to our sentence strips. If you are a little older, you can trace the sentence and glue on the letters to the weather pattern.
Nine weather patterns are included! So perfect for any Weather Unit. (rainbow, stormy, rainy, cloudy, partly cloudy, tornado, sunny, snowy, windy)
Making the crown is easy. Color the weather crown and cut out. Staple or glue to a sentence strip. Either use the “color the weather” page or the “writing” page as the second piece of the crown. Glue or staple it along the back of the crown.
Students have the option of coloring the weather pattern: Drawing a picture of a cloudy day. OR, they can trace the sentence. It is a _____ day. They will cut out the letters for "cloudy" and glue them into the letterboxes within the sentence.
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