Weather Recording Resources | BUNDLE

Weather Recording Resources | BUNDLE
Weather Recording Resources | BUNDLE
Weather Recording Resources | BUNDLE
Weather Recording Resources | BUNDLE
Grade Levels
File Type

Zip

(18 MB|27 pages)
Standards
NGSS3-ESS2-1
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  1. Tracking daily weather is a great way to show students how the different components of weather affect what will happen tomorrow. This resource is perfect for tracking weather with your whole class throughout your weather unit. Labels for components to track and a student tracking chart are included.
  2. Do your science standards require students to observe, record, and make predictions about the weather? This weather recording log was created to assess these standards and be used as a culminating activity at the end of a weather unit. You can use it as a homework assignment or have students complet
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WEATHER TRACKING DATA CHART

Tracking daily weather is a great way to show students how the different components of weather affect what will happen tomorrow. This resource is perfect for tracking weather with your whole class throughout your weather unit. Labels for components to track and a student tracking chart are included.

THIS RESOURCE INCLUDES

» Daily Weather Data Tracking header

» Labels of the components of weather (prints two to a page):

- Date

- Day of the week

- Sunrise

- Sunset

- Temperature

- Cloud cover

- Wind

- Air pressure

- Humidity

- Precipitation

- Global weather forecast for Sydney, Australia

- Global weather forecast for Alert, NU, Canada

» Student tracking chart worksheet

» Black and white ink-saving version of each page

FILE FORMAT

PDF: This resource requires Adobe Reader (free software) to access and is NOT editable in any way. You will not be able to manipulate the content inside.

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WEATHER RECORDING LOG

Do your science standards require students to observe, record, and make predictions about the weather? This weather recording log was created to assess these standards and be used as a culminating activity at the end of a weather unit. You can use it as a homework assignment or have students complete a page in class each day.

THIS RESOURCE INCLUDES

» Weather Recording Log cover page

» Weather recording pages for days 1-10 include the following:

- Date

- Time

- Location

- Temperature

- Thermometer clip art - students label & color on the image to show temperature

- How would you describe today's weather?

- Weather conditions (circle those that are present)

- Suggested clothing for today would be...

- What do you predict the weather will be like tomorrow?

» All pages are in ink-saving black and white

FILE FORMAT

PDF: This resource requires Adobe Reader (free software) to access and is NOT editable in any way. You will not be able to manipulate the content inside.

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While there are no guarantees that any new resources will be added in the future, the seller may choose to add new resources to this bundle. If additional resources are added, the price of the bundle will increase accordingly. By purchasing the bundle at the current price, you will receive any future additions to the bundle for free.

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NGSS3-ESS2-1
Represent data in tables and graphical displays to describe typical weather conditions expected during a particular season. Examples of data could include average temperature, precipitation, and wind direction. Assessment of graphical displays is limited to pictographs and bar graphs. Assessment does not include climate change.
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Answer Key
Does not apply
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