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Using this Weather Names Worksheet, students identify kinds of weather by writing the proper word under the pictures.
Using Printable Thermometer, students practice reading Fahrenheit and Celsius on a thermometer.
This What Kind of Weather is That Reading Comprehension Worksheet will help your students build their reading comprehension skills while learning about different types of weather.
Using Seasons of the Year Matching Worksheet, students cut out the picture cards and paste them in the matching season.
Using this Weather Fill in the Blank Worksheet, students fill in the blanks about weather to complete the description.
Using this Weather Wear Worksheet, students draw pictures of what you wear in different weather to build their understanding of weather conditions.
This Storm Reading Comprehension Worksheet will help your students build their reading comprehension skills while reading a poem about a rainstorm.
While watching the Weather Song (Animated), students learn about different types of weather conditions by listening to the repetitive lyrics loaded with key vocabulary.
Using this Dressin For the Season Seasons Activity, students put Froggy in the correct season based on his clothing choice.
Using this Climate Map Worksheet, students use a map and legend to learn more about the climate and weather patterns of North America.
Using this Severe Weather Wordsearch Worksheet, students find weather words in a wordsearch.
Using this Weather Words Worksheet, students use words from the bank to describe the weather, the sky, how weather feels, and types of storms.
The Weather is Sunny Reading Comprehension Worksheet will help your students build their reading comprehension skills while reading a poem about a sunny day.
Using Seasonal Cycles Worksheet, students determine the order of the pictures to represent the order of the seasons.
Using Weather Warning Vocabulary Worksheet, students match descriptions of advisories, watches, and warnings in order to understand different types of weather.
Using this Water Cycle Worksheet, students label the water cycle diagram using arrows and key vocabulary words on the picture.
Using Natural Disasters Fill in the Blanks Worksheet, students fill in the blank to describe natural disasters to understand how and why they occur.
Using this Weather Instruments Worksheet, students research what each instrument does to help meteorologists inform people about upcoming weather.