Weather Learning Activities

Learning about the weather is so much fun! Exploring temperatures, precipitation, and wind is fascinating for young children who are learning how the world works. Why don’t we have snow in the summer? Why does winter feel so cold? This collection of weather learning activities is perfect for getting you prepared for a weather unit. There are science experiments, literacy activities, math, art, sensory and more!

Create an awesome weather unit with these super fun weather learning activities! Science experiments, math, literacy, sensory, process art and more!

Weather Learning Activities from Life Over C’s

25 Weather Books for Kids

Free Printable Weather Pre-K Pack

25 Weather books for kids! Learn about all the different types of weather with these fun storybooks and non-fiction read-alouds!Learning about weather is lots of fun with this free printable weather pre-k pack. The five activities are easy to put together too!

Weather I Spy

Weather Bump! Games

Weather Slap It! Card Game

This weather I Spy is perfect for preschoolers and kindergarteners who are learning weather words! They can practice counting clouds, lightening, tornadoes and more with this fun free printable I Spy! These Weather Bump Games are a fun way to learn weather words! Color and black/white options included for easy printing. Definitely need these for our weather unit! This Weather Card Game is great for teaching kids weather words! Slap It! is based on the traditional card game "Slap Jack" and the kids LOVE slapping all the words and pictures as they learn about the weather!

Weather Learning Activities: Science

Rain Cloud In A Jar from Science Sparks

Air Pressure Experiment for Kids from Kids Activities Blog

Homemade Bottle Thermometer from What We Do All Day

Pine Cone Weather Station from Science Sparks

How To Make Lightning from Learn Play Imagine

How To Read A Thermometer from Kids Activities Blog

Building an Anemometer from Activity Mom

Make a Wather Vane from PBSkids.org

Water Cycle in a Bag from Playdough to Plato

Weather Learning Activities: Literacy

Puddle Jumping Alphabet from Mom Inspired Life

Free Printable Weather Terms File Folder Game from Playdough to Plato

Weather Emergent Readers from The Measured Mom

Free Printable Weather Word Cards from PreKinders

Weather Learning Activities: Math

Counting Raindrops from My Nearest and Dearest

Free Printable Rainy Day Counting Clip Cards from Play Dough to Plato

Weather Learning Activities: Sensory

Weather Themed Sensory Bottles from Twodaloo

Shaving Cream Rain Clouds from One Little Project

Snow Storm in a Jar from Growing a Jeweled Rose

Make a Hurricane in a Jar from One Time Through

Weather Theme Sensory Bin from Fun-a-Day

Weather Sensory Activity for Preschoolers from Munchkins and Moms

Weather Learning Activities: Art & Crafts

Weather Mobile from Buggy and Buddy

Weather Process Art from Pre-K Pages

Cloud-Types Diagram from I Heart Crafty Things

Thunderstorm Art Project from Buggy and Buddy

Weather “Pillow” Hand Sewing Project from Hello Wonderful

Painting Ice from Teaching 2 and 3 Year Olds

Weather Learning Activities: Just for Fun

Weather Songs from Let’s Play Kids Music

Montessori Weather Activities from Living Montessori Now

Weather Coloring Pages from Kids Activities Blog

Free Weather Pack from 3 Dinosaurs

Weather ASL Coloring Pages from Look We’re Learning

Homemade Rain Gauge from The Imagination Tree

Planning for a Weather Theme? We’ve done all the work for you!

We now have interactive thematic lesson plans for preschoolers (3-5 years)! Get ready for fun and learning with unit lesson plans for Weather. Explore a variety of themed hands-on activities! Easy to follow lesson plans include activity modifications and adaptations to meet the needs of all learners. For more information, click on the graphics below:

Weather Preschool Lesson Plans
Weather Preschool Lesson Plans
Weather Toddler Lesson Plans
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  1. These are wonderful ideas. I just finished doing a weather theme but I want to add some of these in now for extension activities. I like the idea of making different types of clouds with cotton balls. Such an easy and cute idea.