Weather Thematic Unit

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Weather Thematic Unit

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Teach Common Core Standards with confidence using this Developmentally Appropriate Thematic Unit focusing on Weather!

This 174 page unit, What's The Weather?, is divided into areas of literature, music, art, literacy, math, worksheets, science, creative writing, word wall, and guided reading. The activities are clearly written, easy to use, and need limited amounts of preparation.

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Literacy Activities:
Clouds: Using The Books, Little Cloud by Eric Carle and It Looked Like Spilt Milk by Charles G. Shaw
Rain, Rain Go Away: Sorting Short & Long Aa Vowel Sounds
Oh What Will I Wear: Word Substitution
Scripted Literacy Lessons:
Tomorrow's Weather: Decoding Words
Splashing Puddles: Sight Words
Blizzard: Differentiation of b and d
Raining Cats and Dogs Game: Final Phoneme Substitution
Writing Sight Words

Math Activities:
Temperature Takeover: Identifying & Comparing Numbers The Windy Day Mix-up: Building Mental Math Skills Raindrop Recognition: Subitizing The Terrible Blizzard: Practice Relating Numbers One to Another. Weather Toss: Collecting & Interpreting Data

Science:
Creating a Weather Science Center
Water Drops: Observing & Exploring Water Properties
Water Flows Down: Observing & Exploring Water Properties
Water Painting: Observing & Exploring Evaporation
Wonderful Water: Observing & Exploring Water Properties

Art Projects:
Clouds: Extending Literature
My Weather Book: Creating a Guided Reader

Songs/Fingerplays:
Little Drops of Rain
The Weather
Mr. Sun
Rain, Rain Go Away
What Will I Wear Today

Guided Reading Book:
Water Changes

Writing:
Weather Word Wall
My Favorite Kind of Weather
What I Know About Clouds

Total Pages: 174

fun and easy ideas to use! thanks for the variety
This is so thorough-I love teaching weather and can’t wait to use is!
Love it! Can’t wait to use this in my classroom!
Such great lessons! Thanks for sharing!