Game Play: Write the name of the Month in the Title space. Each day keep track of the weather by placing a check mark in the correct box. Some days will have multiple checkmarks, or you can decide what the weather was like for the majority of the day and choose only one.
Game Assembly: Laminate your weather chart for durability. Use a dry erase marker to keep track of the weather. Write the name of the month across the top. Additionally, you can print 12 charts for children to keep track of the weather over the year. With this method the charts won’t be reusable, but children can use stickers and such to keep track of the weather.
Expansion Ideas: Provide children with a thermometer and a weather tracking station. Encourage children to write down the temperature of each day at a specific time, or to track the highs and lows from the weather channel. Use graph paper to record results.
Skill Building Resources: Weather Coloring Pages, Weather File Folder Game
Supplementary Resources: Waterproof Thermometer, Weather Stickers
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