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What’s Up With the Weather?
Is your child fascinated by the weather? Our youngest son has always been interested in why things happen in the sky, from thunderstorms to tornadoes to snowy days. This year for science, we are focusing mainly on weather and learning how to understand a forecast when we watch our local news report. The Weather Book from Master Books is our core text for science right now, but we have a bunch of related picture books on our shelves to supplement this book and keep our son’s interest going.
Some related activities we’ve done are featured in these posts:
- 28 Rainy Day Activities
- Experiment with wind power with Earth Day Pinwheels
- Sunny Day Nature Study
- Rainy Day Nature Study
- Learning about hail When the Sky Falls
Our favorite weather themed books are listed below. Some are nonfiction, and some aren’t, but they have all garnered my kids’ enthusiasm for learning over the years. If you have any suggestions to add to our list, please let us know in the comments below. While you’re here, be sure to add your family-friendly links. Happy forecasting!
Our Favorite Books About Weather
Flash, Crash, Rumble, and Roll
The Storm Book
Feel the Wind (Let’s-Read-and-Find-Out Science 2)
Hurricane Book & CD (Read Along Book & CD)
Henry And Mudge In Puddle Trouble
Shapes in the Sky: A Book About Clouds (Amazing Science: Weather)
Down Comes the Rain (Let’s-Read-and-Find-Out Science 2)
The Rain Came Down
Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs
Snow (I Can Read It All By Myself)
Weather (Eye Wonder)
The Magic School Bus Inside A Hurricane
The Cloud Book
Clouds (Let’s-Read-and-Find-Out Science 1)
The Weather Book (Wonders of Creation)
Eric Sloane’s Weather Book
Magic School Bus Presents: Wild Weather: A Nonfiction Companion to the Original Magic School Bus Series
Explore Weather and Climate!: With 25 Great Projects (Explore Your World)
Umbrella (Picture Puffins)
The Snowy Day
Come On, Rain!
Are You Ready to Play Outside? (An Elephant and Piggie Book)
The most popular post from last week’s link up was:
- How to Incorporate Process Art at Home from Sicily’s Heart and Home
And now for the link up!
This list has our topics for 2016, but you don’t have to stick to that, anything reading and family related is welcome
Our hosts will still share a themed selection each week, but our link up will be for anything literature related and family friendly – always.
If you’d like to join us as a co-host in the new year, please contact Katie.
Katie @ Paradise Praises
Tara @ Embark on the Journey
Anne @ Learning Table
Dawnita @ Prairie Dust Trail