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This weather vocabulary unit with activities is designed for 3rd-5th grade classrooms studying weather terms. It includes 43 weather terms with definitions (+ part of speech) plus the following types of activities to help students learn the words and their meanings:
* Vocabulary study sheet
* Spelling Challenge
* Word Jumble
* Alphabetical Order
* Alphabetical Order + Decoder Ring
* Word Search | Wacky Trails
* Word Frameup Puzzle
* Crossword Puzzle
* Weather Term Definitions | Optional assessment
* Weather Multiple Choice | Optional assessment
* 7 Additional “Suggested Ideas” for additional learning
See description below for details!
This weather resource includes 43 vocabulary words with definitions and an identified part of speech.
(See description below for included words)
by displaying these and posters!
I’ve included 2 sets (one with and one without Pluto)-
- – : Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune
- – : Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, Pluto (described as now classified as a ‘dwarf planet’)
This free curriculum resource is from the Minerals Education Coalition.
Your students will enjoy this cross-curricular resource, Winter Weather Unit – Forms of Precipitation, as they learn about about the different forms of precipitation and related vocabulary! Students will be engaged in vocabulary work, spelling, handwriting, sentence identification, comparing / contrasting and more.
Students learn best through hands-on learning. This solar eclipse activity has been designed to help students visualize a solar eclipse through using common objects to actually demonstrate one!
This resource, Earth’s Layers – Nomenclature Cards, will help your students learn the names of the layers of the Earth: upper mantle, lower mantle, outer core, inner core, and crust.
I’ve also included a set of blank cards for students to use and label themselves!
Here is a worksheet for students to use when the are learning about volcanoes! KWL worksheets are to be used at the beginning and end of any study.
K – (Students list everything they already know – prior knowledge)
W – (Students begin thinking about what they don’t know and what they want to investigate about the given topic…i.e. volcanoes!)
L – (After the study is complete, students will complete this section giving details about what ‘new’ things they have learned)
There is also a section for students to reveal what the most ‘interesting’ fact was that they learned. Your students will love the reflection and enjoy sharing their answers.
Fun, Science activity to make your very own volcano out of things you have around the house!
This Solar System product will and to ! Each has a that can be used as a student handout. There are also worksheets for students to complete (). This resource provides 2 sets of all resources – One which includes the dwarf planet of Pluto and one that does not.
Students learn best through hands-on learning. This solar eclipse activity has been designed to help students visualize a solar eclipse by creating a simple paper model of one.