This unit is all about weather! Make sure to look at the preview to see a better view of what is included:
1. Interactive Notebook Flip Flaps for weather related concepts. Vocabulary words include: weather, temperature, blizzard, tornado, thunderstorm, hurricane, seasons, fall, winter, spring, summer, tools used to measure weather, anemometer, barometer, weather vane, thermometer, rain gauge, water cycle, evaporation, precipitation, water vapor, condensation, collection, how clouds form, stratus, nimbus, cumulous, cirrus.
2.Types of Clouds cut and paste worksheet - students cut the definitions out on the side and glue under the correct cloud type name - stratus, nimbus, cumulous, or cirrus. Then, they can use cotton or draw the clouds.
3. Types of Clouds Flip Booklet - students lift the flaps to write about and draw/use cotton to describe the four types of clouds.
4. Types of Precipitation Flip Booklet - students life the four flaps to write about and describe the four types of precipitation - rain, sleet, snow, or hail.
5. Types of Precipitation Mobile Craft - template provided to make a mobile craft of the four types of precipitation.
6. The Water Cycle Diagram- Cut and Paste Labels- diagram is shown and students have to cut the vocabulary terms and glue onto the correct spots.
7. The Water Cycle Hat template- students w ill make a water cycle hat- templates provided.
8. The Water Cycle Diagram Project Template Pieces-use construction paper and other craft materials to design the water cycle scene. Use the label definitions to fill in the correct vocabulary term for the water cycle process and glue onto the correct spot in the diagram.
9. The Water Cycle mini reenactment directions and sequencing activity. Have students pretend to be water droplets going through the water cycle. After they are done, give them the sequence strips and they have to put the steps in order on a separate sheet of paper.
10. Persuasive writing template for “The Best Season.” Students have to convince readers which season is the best. A picture template for each season is given to attach onto the writing.
11.. Monster Weather fictional writing – students write about the time when a monster came and made the weather of the town go crazy. Monster template provided to attach to the writing.
12. Group assignment where students get together and are assigned one season and get a graphic organizer where they have to fill in what they do, see, smell, and wear during that season.
13. “All About the Water Cycle,” writing template for students to write what they have learned about the water cycle.
14. Tools to measure weather- cut and paste assessment.
15. WEATHER SCOOT- cumulative game to review all concepts learned during the weather unit in Scoot game format – 24 question cards plus 6. blank