My weather tracking sheet follows the weather for one week (though it could obviously be reproduced for extended use). My class always looks at the weather online to get the specific info we need, in addition to making observations outside.
The tally chart and bar graph allow students to practice recording data about weather. The benefit of this activity is that it speeds up the process! Instead of waiting 2-3 weeks to see how the weather plays out, students roll the weather with
This assessment has students list the four seasons in order, starting with their favorite. Then there is a space to draw a picture of what that season looks like to them, and a place for them to describe the season's weather changes. Students who
This file was created as a recording sheet to be used in conjunction with the AIMS activity "Dress for the Weather." However, it could easily be adapted to whatever lessons you have taught about how to dress for different types of weather. Students
Students will sort picture cards of items by deciding if they are a rock or not a rock. They should cut out the headings and then place each picture under the appropriate heading. Students will sort the following items: cement block, clay pot, coal,
Instead of keeping track of Class Dojo points over long periods of time, I choose to reset mine each week. The students seem to respond better when the goals set are more short-term. My Class Dojo Weekly Reward System includes posters to show what
This documentation form allows a class to track 4 plants over the course of 2 weeks, to see how not having all needs met affects the growth and life of a plant. Plant A receives no soil, Plant B receives no water, Plant C receives no sunlight, while