Do you love teaching about weather? I do! It’s one of my favorite things to teach. The students really get into it, especially when we start talking about thunderstorms and tornadoes.
First, we made a list of weather words.
Then I gave each student 10 raindrops that they could write and illustrate their words. They wrote “Weather Words” on a cloud shape at the top.
We also began filling out our Weather Books that I posted on my blog as a freebie.
We also sang this song about the wind and filled out a chart to tell about how wind helps us and how wind harms us.
Head on over to my blog to get the weather book freebie…
– Originally posted on Teaching Blog Addict
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I’m Jodi and I’m a 1st grade teacher in Indiana. I have been teaching for 15 years. My husband and I have three amazing kids that keep us very busy! Blogging has been an amazing opportunity to connect with other teachers all over the world.