{FREE} Weather Unit for ages 3-9

Tuesday, April 10, 2012

{FREE} Weather Unit for ages 3-9

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The Weather Worksheets are educational and fun for toddler, preschool, kindergarten worksheets, 1st grade, 2nd, grade, 3rd grade, and 4th grade homeschoolers.

Science - FREE weather unit for PreK-4th Grade #weather #preschool #kindergarten #science


I’ve covered various topics to teach my preschool and homeschool kids about weather in our science class, but I really wanted to make sure I covered it all (if there is such a thing =-) So I put together all the weather stuff I could possibly dream up in this mega 40 page Weather worksheets for kids.









FREE Science Weather Worksheets for Kids

I wanted to keep it fun, appealing to both kids (so there are activities appropriate for ages 3-9), and educational.  Here are some of the topics I cover in this pack of worksheets for kids:
  • Water Cycle (including experiments)
  • Seasons (including creative writing)
  • Temperature (differences in sun/shade, morning/afternoon, here/other countries)
  • Weather Graphing
  • Hot/Cold
  • Hibernation
  • Clouds (including experiments)
  • Wind (including experiment & activity)
  • Disaster Preparedness (including drill ideas)
  • Preschool Skill Practice (letters – upper/lowercase, shadow match, counting, pre-writing, colors, numbers, which is different, fine motor scissor skills, addition, sentence structure, and more)
 FREE weather unit for preschool-4th grade - This is AMAZING!!!




Season Spin –{FREE} download 

learn about the seasons printable wheel

(click to see my post with the free download)




Pointillism 4 Season Trees 

Four Seasons Pointillism Hand Art Craft for Kids

(click to see my post on how we did this)



Wonderful Weather Book & Other Resources:

More Weather Resources



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62 comments:

  1. I WILL BE USING THIS THIS WEEK FOR OUR "APRIL SHOWERS BRING MAY FLOWERS THEME" THANK YOU FOR MAKING MY JOB A LOT EASIER!!!

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  2. Thank you so much for sharing. I am so excited to use this with my kiddos. They will love it!

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  3. Thank you so much for sharing - I am always amazed not only by what you present, but also by how you present it - I am still struggling with templates and frames and objects and, and, and ... thank you for saving me so many hours of going bananas!

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  4. As always Beth this is fantastic! We have already done our weather unit for this school year but I have printed this and placed it in our folder for next school year (since I am already working on planning it). Thank you for all of your hard work and for sharing this with everyone for free!

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  5. Thank you! We are in the middle of our weather unit. Going to take a look @ your unit and see what we can incorporate!

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  6. Thanks for sharing...and perfect timing! We are doing a weather unit right now that I put together...I however did not spend nearly as much time as you did! I am excited that you included activities for the preschoolers. I focused on my older students (age 6-10) with our activities so it will be nice to have something to put in front of the little ones too!

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  7. Thank you so much for sharing this with me! I found this link through Pinterest and am grateful for it! I will be printing the preschool part for my child. :)

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  8. Thank you for all of your hard work! These are wonderful!

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  9. Wow what a wonderful resource! I will be pinning it and adding it into our weather studies. Thanks so much for sharing!

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  10. thanks for sharing, I will use this for my students and sons

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  11. What a FABULOUS printable pack, Beth! Thanks so much for sharing it! I featured your printable pack as the Free Printable of the Day at the Living Montessori Now Facebook page and pinned it to my Weather Unit Study Pinterest board at http://pinterest.com/debchitwood/weather-unit-study/

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  12. HI! I discovered your blog through this post in pinterest. Kudos to you for a job well done. I started subscribing to your blog too. I'm not a homeschooling mom but i appreciate activities like this that i give to my kids (esp now that it's summer here in my country). i like this weather lessons although i live in a tropical country and we only have summer and rainy season here so i guess i'll use some of it. anyway, i rambled.. :) thanks!

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  13. Thank you so much for all your hard work! I wanted to let you know that I posted about some of the activities from your weather unit on my blog: http://www.sunflowerandsprout.com/2012/04/weather-theme-in-action.html Thanks again!

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  14. Thanks so much for sharing a FREEBIE! We are writing our own science curriculum to match the common core standards. Thanks again!

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  15. thank you for putting this together and sharing!

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  16. You are very kind to share your hard work!

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  17. This is great - Thank you so much for sharing with us!

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  18. I clicked on the image to download, and I just get taken to a Google Drive page. I don't see any place to download. Am I doing something wrong? I'd love to use these with my 4 boys! Thanks!

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  19. Becca, click on the printer icon and it will open a new page. Cancel the print and if you hover at the bottom of the screen, it will give you the option to save it.

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  20. @Becca
    Becca, click on the printer icon and it will open a new page. Cancel the print and if you hover at the bottom of the screen, it will give you the option to save it.

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  21. Great material. Thanks so much for sharing!

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  22. My daughter has been wanting to do a weather study this year. I have looked everywhere for one that I liked. Yours looks amazing! Thanks for doing all the work for me:)

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  23. Thank you so much for the weather freebies. I know my daughter is going to love learning this way!

    Sirron Ritchie

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  24. Thanks so much! I came over from Money Saving Mom and this is great! I have already printed out some pages for my five year old and he was getting excited as they came out of the printer :)

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  25. I just started a weather study with my 2nd & 4th grader last week. This is perfect. Thank you!!

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  26. Thank You for sharing this lovely resource, your creativity and sharing is appreciated in our household.

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  27. Help!! I've been trying to download this over a week now. Each time I click on the "click to download {free} weather unit here" I get an error message. I've signed into Google and tried it on Internet Explorer and Google Chrome. Thank you!!

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  28. Elise,
    I checked it out & the link is still working. There were 8 other people downloading it as I was checking. Have you looked at this post with Downloading Help? http://livinglifeintentionally.blogspot.com/2012/08/download-files-help.html - Try that =-)
    Beth

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  29. This is SO awesome! I just moved to first from K and really needed some resources. THANK YOU!

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  30. Thank you so much! My grandson is being homeschooled by my daughter and this will be a valuable tool for her to use.

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  31. Thank you so much. I homeschool my 4, ranging from 11 months to 13 years.....I love all the activities that I can modify to each one of them.

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  33. THANK YOU!!!! This is a huge help, science actually looks like fun with this kit. :) We can't wait to get started.

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  34. Thank you for the packet- will be very helpful for our unit on weather

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  35. Thank you!!! I am totally using this with my high school Autism classes!!!

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  36. Love your printables and I found you via pinterest. We are new to homeschooling and used them as part of our weather unit. We are blogging about it at http://homeschoolvoyager.blogspot.com/ We will be giving you credit and linking back here!!! Thanks so much

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  37. Just as a note - DO NOT CLICK THE BIG DOWNLOAD BUTTONS that say they will download a pdf reader. I did this first and it downloaded a virus onto my computer and changed all of my computer settings. To get the 40 page unit, click on the large picture with all of the pages fanned out. Just a friendly FYI. :)

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  38. This is great! One thing I wanted to mention though, anyone doing anything on severe weather, make sure that you are not teaching to rely on the outside sirens. Those are for people who are outdoors ONLY. You want to either get a severe weather app on your phone (if you have the kind of phone that uses apps) or get a weather radio. Learned this from experience after a tornado hit our town in 2011. Fortunately, there were no injuries from that but the siren that was located in the area that was hit was not functional.

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  39. Thank you!! Your talents and willingness to share are such a blessing! Pinned it as well...

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  40. Thank you so much for this! We are planning a weather unit for later this year or early next year and I am gathering resources and some of what is included here is exactly what I was hoping to find. Thanks again!

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  41. Thank you for sharing your wonderful resource!! We are starting our unit on weather and will use this. Many thanks, Suzie

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  42. Hi Beth! So glad you stopped by Preschool Printables =) We're a huge fan of your printables and appreciate your willingness to share your creativity!

    I just changed the feature to reflect the updates; the links/anchor text to reflect the new blog name and the author credit. I have NO idea where I got the name Crystal... I work with numerous blogs each day and I can only imagine that I 'borrowed' a name from somewhere else. Oh dear! So sorry!

    Hope you have a great day!
    Kayla

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    1. No problem Kayla! Just wanted to make sure you knew who I was and how to reflect the name change for any future shares =)

      Hope you have a nice day too!
      Beth

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  43. Wow great resource! We'll be using parts and pieces of it as we study weather over the next few weeks. Anytime we use it, I'll be linking back here to you from my blog.

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  44. thank you thank you thank you!!! we are working with a small group of families and this is amazing for all the different ages

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  45. thanks so much, I love the different projects that kids can do with seasons.
    God Bless
    Nikki

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  46. I love your ideas! Thank you so much for sharing all of these resources.

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  47. Thanks you! It's fantastic bloggers like you that makes this new homeschooling journey so much easier!

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  48. Thank you for your printables. I was wondering though, what the answer to #5 on your wind crossword is? I cannot figure it out at all. Thanks.

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  49. Wow! You are so generous..soo helpful for my weather unit, THANKS!

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  50. WOW!!!! This is so amazing! thank you!!!

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