Weather Centers, Lessons and Activities for Preschool

Weather Centers, Lessons and Activities for Preschool
 Are you looking for a fun, hands-on and engaging weather unit for your preschool classroom? Check out our weather unit {HERE}.  This unit has book suggestions, large group, small group, centers and independent weather activities.

 

Start out the unit with weather word cards.  Help build on vocabulary and weather identification with these real picture cards.

 

Throughout the unit the boys and girls will be looking in the sky for the weather.  Track the weather using this calendar for the week.  

 

The boys and girls will practice tracing words with this simple What’s the Weather Like Today? book. 
After reading Little Cloud by Eric Carle, the boys and girls can practice matching raindrops to clouds through shape matching.

 

The boys and girls will make their own cloud using a mixture of paint and glue.  An adult can write the words for the children.
Rhyming Puddle Jumping is a fun way to discuss rain and rhymes.  The teacher will hold up a card and the boys and girls will jump on the rhyming puddle.

 

 

It’s Raining ABC’s is perfect to use with any Rain, Rain Go Away book or song.  
The boys and girls can practice working with syllables with Syllable Storms. 

 

The boys and girls will love this stormy craft.
After reading a book or the non-fiction passage included, the boys and girls can help brainstorm what they have learned about the sun.
To complete the sun activities the boys and girls will make this tissue paper patterned sun.
Poll the boys and girls to share their favorite weather.

 

They will enjoy making this fun windy craft.
 
They can match the child to the weather they are dressed for.

 

The boys and girls can count the rain drops and use a glass bead to mark the correct number.

 

The boys and girls will work on letter identification and use their fine motor skills with this editable rainbow name activity.

 

The boys and girls will work on ordering pipe cleaners by length with this cute rainbow building center.

 

Coloring by numbers is a great way to review numbers and build their fine-motor skills.

 

The boys and girls will blow like the wind to paint this kite.
 
The boys and girls will help complete the book by identifying the number on each page.  They will trace the number and draw the rain drops on each page.
 
If you like this you may also like the Bundle (click HERE) to Save Big!  
 
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