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Background For Teachers:
Intended Learning Outcomes:
1. Consider reading a “weather warm-up” book such as, Magic Monsters Learn About Weather by Sylvia Tester. It’s an easy-to-understand book about basic weather concepts.
2. Reproduce the weather chart, symbols, and graph for each student (attached below).
3. Have students observe daily weather conditions for a week.
4. At the end of each school day, have the students record the day’s weather by cutting out the correct weather symbol and pasting it on the chart.
5. At the end of the week, students should transfer the information on the chart to the bar graph or coloring in a box on the graph for each corresponding weather symbol on their chart.
6. Use the information from the completed chart and graph to help students draw conclusions about the weather they observed. Ask questions such as: What kind of weather did we see the most? The least? How many days did it rain (or snow, etc.)? How many days had the same kind of weather? How many days had more than one kind of weather?
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