A weather Chart is a fun way to open a discussion about the weather and have your students turn the pointer to the appropriate weather symbol for each day. Check out how you can create your own weather chart for class with this easy lesson plan.
Construction paper or cardstock
- Draw a large circle (mine is 10.5” diameter) on poster board (mine is 12” x 15”) with a compass or using a large plate as a guide.
- Divide the circle into 6 sections and label each section with a die cut that indicates a different weather pattern.
- Poke a hole with a push pin in the center of the circle and widen the hole with the tip of a pencil.
- Die-cut an arrow, poke a hole in the center and attach it to the middle of the circle with a brad.
- Die-cut the letters to spell out the title of the chart and fasten them to the poster board to complete the chart
That's it! A simple chart your kiddos can interact with every day to help them tell the weather! Let us know how you'd use it in the comments below and if you create this project, we'd love to see them! Make sure to stop by our Facebook, Pinterest or Instagram page and tag your pictures with #ellisonedu so we can see it and reshare!