This weather and temperature graphing activity can be used daily to track weather patterns over an entire month.
Students can either color in or draw a picture on their weather graph everyday (pictograph or bar graph) . Students can also track the temperature each day for the month(line or bar graph). I usually use the high of the day, but you could also track the current temperature at the time you do this activity each day. I have a classroom "meteorologist" who looks up the weather each day and then leads the class on the Smart Board while the students complete their own.
Each sheet is meant for the entire month with reflection questions at the end of the month for students to notice weather patterns. I have also included a sheet for year-long graphing and reflection. This page will have students use basic addition as well as comparing numbers to find greatest/least or most frequent/least frequent.
This resource includes:
Monthly Weather Graphing (pictograph or bar graph)( (color and b/w)
Monthly Temperature Graphing (line or bar graph) (color and b/w)
Year-long tracking of high/low of each month and most/least frequent type of weather
Year-long tracking of number of each type of weather in each month