What’s the weather like where you live? Young scientists will love graphing the weather using these easy weather tracking printables for preschoolers that you can print for free.
Today, it was warm enough where we live to be outside in a t-shirt. Yesterday you definitely needed a jacket, and the day before it was pouring rain. February and March are two of my favorite months to track the weather. You can often capture a wide range of temperatures, and usually you will find both rain (or snow) and sunshine.
Free Weather Tracking Printables For Preschool Scientists
What You'll Find on This Page
I also offer a weather unit study in my Teachers Pay Teachers store.
I put together this fun collection of weather tracking printables to go along with this week’s Virtual Book Club for Kids picture book, Little Cloud by Eric Carle. Cloudette by Tom Lichtenheld is another cute weather-themed picture book.
There are two ways to use these weather tracking printables. The first is to cut out the small images and past them onto the chart to record the day’s weather. Try predicting the next day’s weather in advance. At the end of the month, graph the weather.
The second activity is to print out the larger images. Place magnets on them and use them to post the day’s weather on your refrigerator, or a cookie sheet.
More Weather Themed Learning Activities for Kids
- Track the Weather Around the World
- Lightning Leap Weather Alphabet Activity (with free printable)
- Recording and Graphing Weather
- Sensory Activity – Blowing Clouds with a Straw
- Weather I Spy Printable
- STEAM Challenge: Little Cloud and Rainbow Blow Painting
- Rain Comes Down Song with Hand Movements
- Inkblot Cloud Shapes
THE 2016-17 VIRTUAL BOOK CLUB FOR KIDS
Click on the image above to see all of the themes, books, and activities for this year’s 2016-17 Virtual Book Club for Kids! I am updating the page as new posts go live.
Do you have a weather themed learning activity for children that we should try? How about a weather themed picture book (fiction or non-fiction) we should read? Let me know in the comments. I would love to hear if you use our weather tracking printable! You can share photos as well as book suggestions and activity ideas on my Facebook page, or tag me on Instagram.