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Free Weather Chart for Preschool, Pre-K, and Kindergarten

Encourage children to embark on a captivating journey through different weather patterns with our Printable Weather Chart Pack. This pack comprises Posters/Wall Art featuring four unique designs, a Weekly Weather Report, and a Weather Chart. These resources are ideal for introducing young children to the fundamentals of weather conditions. In addition, our accompanying blog post provides creative and engaging methods to make learning about the weather a fun and educational experience for your kids.

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What are Different Types of Weather for Kids?

There are five basic types of weather that you kids should know: sunny, cloudy, rainy, windy, and stormy.

After teaching them those basic weather conditions, you can start to introduce and help them identify rainbow, partly cloudy, lightning, thunderstorm, tornado, and snowy.

There are a variety of fun activities you can play with your kids, whereas teaching them all about the weather. Kids learn best through play. If you are looking for some fun activities and ideas for your little ones, check them all here!

Free Printable Weather Charts and Posters/Wall Arts

You will receive 1 high-resolution PDF file (8.5×11’’), including

  • 4 Weather Posters with different designs with black and white backgrounds.
  • 1 Weekly Weather Report (from Monday to Sunday)
  • 1 Daily Weather Chart

You can print it out and hang it on the wall in your classroom, kitchen, or the places where your kids often stay and play. With bright and vivid illustrations, it’s easy to teach your children about the weather words in English. The Weekly Weather Report and Weather Chart are perfect for children can play and track the weather daily as well as weekly.

The weather chart covers 10 basic weather conditions which are:

  • Sunny
  • Rainbow
  • Partly cloudy
  • Cloudy
  • Windy
  • Rainy
  • Lightning
  • Thunderstorm
  • Snowy
  • Tornado

Scroll down at the bottom of the article to download these Free Weather Resources!

How to Use Printable Weather Chart to Teach Kids?

1. Weather Forecast

When watching the weather forecast on the news, use the weather poster to show them the phenomena. Discuss the upcoming weather in your area with your child, as well as how the weather differs in different parts of the country, or compare the difference between yesterday’s weather, today’s, and tomorrow’s.

You can use the Weekly Weather Report and Weather Chart to help them play and keep track of the weather. Encourage them to think about what activities they want to do tomorrow and what they should prepare for those activities to cope with the forecasted weather.

You can download Free Weekly Weather Report and Weather Chart in the Weather Pack here!

2. A Little Weather Forecasters – Predict Tomorrow’s Weather

Your kids can pretend to be weather forecasters and predict the changing of weather in the future by looking for clues in nature and our weather chart.

For example, look at the shape of the clouds. The types of clouds in the sky can tell you a lot about the weather. Black clouds mean that there is a coming storm that does not have strong winds. White clouds usually mean good weather at the moment. Or you can observe animals such as birds. If the birds are flying high in the sky, then there will likely be fair weather.

3. Tracking The Weather 

The Weekly Weather Report and Weather Chart can be used to track the weather over a period of a week or simply a single day. Ask them how they are feeling and what they want to do or do not during that weather.

You can download Free Weekly Weather Report and Weather Chart in the Weather Pack here!

Printable Weather Chart for Kids

4. The weather around the world

Every country has different types of weather, depending on many factors including the amount of sunlight it receives, its height above sea level, the shape of the land, how close it is to oceans, and so on. You can introduce the equator, the north, and south poles by using the globe. Then discuss how the weather is different around the world.

5. Pretend Play

All children love to pretend play. This is one of the best ways to can play with them and introduce weather conditions to them easily. Use the weather chart to engage in some pretend play with your child, exploring how you feel under various weather conditions.

For example, you can say “wow, do you feel cold today?” and you point to snowy illustration in the chart, and say “I think we are in the middle of the winter and we need to wear more jackets to keep our body warm… What do you want to do in the winter? Do you like skiing?” 

Keep asking your kids and describe how we feel about the weather, activities we can do, what clothes we can wear, the food we can eat, and so on… Through these activities, he/she has ideas about what is the weather and what they can do or do not do. Repeating the games many times is the best way to teach your kids about the weather.

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