Weather changes every day.
The sun and the moon are visible at
of the day or night.
Water can be observed as lakes,
streams, the ocean, rainfall, hail, sleet or snow.
Rocks and soil have properties that
can help identify
As the Earth Turns -
Students learn that day and night are caused by the rotation of the
Earth. (Author - Sandi King)
Dress a Bear for the Weather
- careful, he's fussy! (this activity asks students to make a
judgment about weather based on a thermometer) this also works well
Weather Teddy - Find
out how the weather changes what Teddy wears or does.
Eye on the Sky - the
scientist (your student) is asked to enter weather observations.
Based on the entries, a summary of conditions is compiled.
Help Bella the Bear Decide What to Wear
- Help Bella the Bear make decisions about which clothing would
be appropriate for the weather conditions.
Weather- Help Bobinog
dress for the weather. First you help him dress for winter weather
and then you help him dress for a day at the beach.
science topics with our fun, interactive, on-line games. Inspired by
well-tested, hands-on classroom activities from our Engaging Science
Earth, Sun, and Moon-Learn
about the Earth, Sun & Moon's orbits as you experiment with
different dates and times in this fun activity for kids.
Fall Weather Changes relative to trees.
Fall colors You will discover a unique view of tree leaves depending
on the time of the year.
Difference between weather and climate.
This animation will allow the students to view the difference.