Free Printable Weather Chart for Home or School

Print this FREE Weather Chart for Kids to add science and learning to your home or school as they learn to observe the world around…

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Print this FREE Weather Chart for Kids to add science and learning to your home or school as they learn to observe the world around them. Perfect for preschoolers and young children.

To go along with our Free Printable Interactive Calendar I finally finished our 3 Day Free Printable Weather Chart that you can use to track yesterday’s, today’s, and tomorrow’s weather with kids. Weather Activities are one of our favorites because with each season the weather changes giving us something new to learn and observe. The chart includes types of weather like Sunny, Cloudy, Foggy, and Stormy as well as temperature types like Hot, Warm, and Cold.  

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Free Printable Weather Chart

Free Printable Weather Chart for home or school-perfect for hands on learning

 

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Why Do We Track The Weather?

There are a few reasons why we track the weather and why it’s fun to teach our children to do so too. One reason is so that we can dress appropriately for the day. If it’s going to be sunny outside, we know to wear sunscreen and a hat. If it’s going to be cold, we know to wear a coat. Another reason is so that we can plan our activities. If it’s going to be raining, we know that we can’t go to the park. But, we could plan to stay inside and read books or do a puzzle. Tracking weather patterns can also help us make weather predictions like if a thunderstorms or hurricane are coming.

Benefits Of Weather Charts For Kids

When we use a weather chart we can talk about what the different types of weather are and how they feel. We can also track the temperature each day to see if it’s getting warmer or colder outside. Weather charts are a great way to get kids interested in the weather and observe changes that happen each day.

Some benefits of using a weather chart with kids are:

  • They help kids learn about the different types of weather and how to identify them.
  • Kids can learn about temperature and what it means when it’s hot, warm, or cold outside.
  • Exposure to the concepts of yesterday, today, and tomorrow.
  • Practice making scientific observations and predictions.
  • Learning vocabulary words and weather terminology.
  • Understanding the correlation between months and seasons when used with a calendar.
 
Free Printable Weather Chart for home or school-perfect for hands on learning
Here is our calendar and weather chart setup.

Can This Weather Chart For Kids Be Used At Home And In The Class Room?

Yes! This weather chart can be used at home or in the classroom as one of your teaching resources. If you’re using it in the classroom, you could hang it up on a bulletin board or have kids glue it into their science journals. At home, you could use it to help kids dress for the day or plan their day’s activities.

How Do You Introduce Weather To Kids?

If you’re not sure how to introduce weather to kids, a great way to start is by talking about the different types of weather and what they look like. You can also talk about the temperature and what it means when it’s hot, warm, or cold outside. Once kids have a basic understanding of the weather, you can start using the chart to track the weather each day. This also helps with their memory and prediction skills as they remember yesterdays weather, and guess what the weather will be like the next day.

Printable Weather Chart for Kids

Free Printable Weather Chart for home or school-perfect for hands on learning
 
Supplies:
  • Printable Weather Chart (available to download for free at the end of this post)
  • Laminator and lamination sheets
  • Velcro or sticky tack (I used Square Velcro-affiliate link and cut them into 4 pieces).
  • Scissors
Directions:

1.  Print out the weather chart. Laminate the template. Cut out the chart pieces, laminate them, and then cut them out again.2.  To assemble the weather chart stick a piece of Velcro on each spot on the template using the Velcro adhesive. Make sure to use the same side of the Velcro (fuzzy side or prickly side). Then stick the opposite side of Velcro on each calendar piece.

I hope you find this weather chart for kids helpful! If you have any tips for teaching kids about weather, I’d love to hear them in the comments below.

Happy weather tracking!

Free Printable Weather Chart for home or school-perfect for hands on learning

Free Printable Weather Chart for home or school-perfect for hands on learning

More Weather Activities to Enjoy:

Easy Windy Art by Hand Made Kids Art
Printable Weather Board Game by Pink Stripey Socks
Preschool Cotton Ball Clouds Activity by I Heart Crafty Things
Sketch the Weather Calendar Printable by School Time Snippets
 

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9 comments

  1. Hi Katie,

    can you tell me where you got that plastic zip pouch?
    Thank you.

    1. Hi Danijela, I found them at my local grocery store in the school supply section but you can also find them online by searching “pencil bag”.

  2. Wooow.. So love it and thanks to u to provided the free printable for learning. I’m…soo thank full. Wish God bless u
    Thank u Katie 🙂

  3. Love how easy this activity is and that you provided a printable too! 🙂 I also love that they have to predict what's going to happen tomorrow. Thanks for sharing Katie!

  4. This is awesome! Too funny about the fog 🙂 Sure don't miss driving in that all the time…he, he.

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