"There is no such thing as bad weather, only different kinds of good weather" - John Ruskin. The kindergarten, grade 1, grade 2 and grade 3 kids can explore the different kinds of weather with our weather worksheets that provide ample learning opportunities with vibrant charts and engaging activities like weather word search, dressing up for the weather, identifying the weather instruments and their uses, comprehension based on the weather forecast, templates to observe and record the weather and a lot more.
This printable display chart has pictures of the weather we see in our everyday life. The chart instantly grabs the attention of the kindergarten kids and helps identify the weather with ease.
The aesthetically appealing weather vocabulary chart consists of pictures and weather words. Enrich the vocabulary and spellings of grade 1 kids with this show-and-tell chart.
The weatherman has predicted the weather for the week. Read the weather forecast and answer the questions. This worksheet serves best in testing comprehension of grade 2 and grade 3 kids.
This identify the weather worksheet has weather icons for grade 1 kids to recognize and label them with appropriate words from the word bank. This worksheet can be used as a follow-up to the vocabulary chart.
Is it sunny or stormy? Is it raining cats and dogs or is it cloudy? Look at the pictures of situations and complete the sentence with the right word, answering the question "How's the weather?"
Go word hunting and circle the weather words in this worksheet for grade 1 and grade 2. Word search helps kids develop patterns to recognize the word as a whole and reinforces spellings as well.
Weather often determines our choice of clothes and accessories. Look at the weather-related items and connect them to the weather they are used in, with this matching worksheet for kindergarten and grade1 kids.
Introduce the weather instruments to the children of grade 3 and grade 4 with this chart. Learn about six weather instruments, their uses and their inventors as well.
Recognize the weather instrument, write a short note describing the instrument and state its uses as well. Review the conceptual knowledge of grade 2 and grade 3 kids with this worksheet.
Make a one-to-one correspondence between the weather instruments and their function in this worksheet. This follow-up worksheet serves best to instantly evaluate kids.
Snip the weather symbols and glue them to the correct boxes in this weather-cut-and-paste activity worksheet. Reiterate the weather vocabulary with this tailor-made fun worksheet for kids of kindergarten and grade 1.
Read the sentences carefully, plug in words from the word bank to complete the sentences in this weather-fill-in-the-blanks worksheet. Recapitulate the knowledge of weather in the process.
Get your little meteorologists to observe the weather in your locality and record it by checking the appropriate columns in this weather graph template. Kids are for sure going to love keeping an eye on the sky!
Let kids look out off the window, observe the weather and fill the blanks in this worksheet. Draw the symbol to depict the day's weather and indicate the temperature on the thermometer as well.
The weather never fails to ignite curiosity among students. In “Extreme Weather”, the author takes us through the various forms of the weather. The questions include finding author's purpose in a specific paragraph and more.