Weather - Science - Writing across the Curriculum - Reading Comprehension

Weather - Science - Writing across the Curriculum - Reading Comprehension
Weather - Science - Writing across the Curriculum - Reading Comprehension
Weather - Science - Writing across the Curriculum - Reading Comprehension
Weather - Science - Writing across the Curriculum - Reading Comprehension
Weather - Science - Writing across the Curriculum - Reading Comprehension
Weather - Science - Writing across the Curriculum - Reading Comprehension
Weather - Science - Writing across the Curriculum - Reading Comprehension
Weather - Science - Writing across the Curriculum - Reading Comprehension
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This packet includes 10 lessons that can be used to teach all about Weather.

Packet includes:
6 Creative Writing Newspapers (18 total writing prompts)
2 Non-fiction Passages with Comprehension Questions
-Extension Activity: Write an opinion Piece about Hurricane Etymology
1 Newspaper that focuses on Weather Idioms

This packet also helps students practice their Math and ELA skills!

Math Skills:

-Reading a Graph and answering comprehension questions
-Reading and understanding a Time Line

ELA Skills:

-Persuasive Writing
-Writing Poetry
-Identifying cause and effect relationships
-Compare and Contrast
-Weather idioms
-Opinion Writing
-Favorite Season with reasons
-Best instrument to read the weather

Detailed Opinion Writing Activity:
-First, students read the Non-fiction Newspaper about Hurricane Names
-Then, students form their opinion about how hurricane’s should be named
-Finally, a separate page in the this packet, helps students organize their thoughts with reasons and the page includes space to write! :


Higher Order Thinking Questions:
“Pretend you removed the sun from the water cycle, how would the
water cycle be effected?”

“Compare and contrast Spring and Fall. How are these seasons similar
and how are they different?”

Science Skills:
-Meteorology
-Extreme Weather
-Hurricane Etymology
-Weather Instruments
-4 seasons
-Water Cycle
-Precipitation (Rain and Snow)






Total Pages
20 pages
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