If you are like me, you can always use more activities to review WEATHER! This "I Have, Who Has?" activity was just the thing to help reinforce my students' understand the concepts of weather. There are 24 cards that specifically cover what the Georgia standards for fourth grade science suggests however, the questions are general enough for various grade levels and other states. There is nothing specific to Georgia included. I like the "I Have, Who Has" format because it can be a quick 5 minute whole-group assessment or reinforcement when there's a few minutes of class to spare!
*PLEASE* DOWNLOAD THE PRODUCT PREVIEW for information to get a better idea of what you will receive! Paper-saving recording sheets and answer keys are included. The task cards themselves are simple and easy B&W for printing on card stock to save on ink. There is no clipart to keep distractions at bay.
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