First Grade Weather and Seasons Worksheets
Childhood is a magical time of discovery and learning. Kids have a natural hunger for learning about their world, making early scientific concepts an ideal choice for learning. Let’s tap that innate curiosity by teaching kids about natural phenomena that affect their lives daily.
When kids learn about the weather and seasons, they examine and learn about something that is directly observable by looking out the window. The weather outside determines how we dress, what activities we do, and how to protect ourselves. Since kids need a purpose and the ability to make real-life connections, weather and seasons is a wonderful place to start teaching science concepts.
Here you’ll find an intriguing collection of weather worksheets, designed for early learners. Pique your little learner’s interests for science, while working their critical thinking skills.
Whether you live in the north, south, east or west, you will find a weather worksheet to meet your child’s needs. Your child will learn new vocabulary, and be able to identify different types of weather. For older kids, they can even learn about the water cycle to begin discovering how clouds and precipitation is made!
Your child will review:
- Stormy weather
- Sunny weather
- Cloudy weather
Once kids can identify the types of weather they are likely to see, they are then able to make connections between the different types of weather, and the season in which they usually occur.
Discover the Seasons
In this unique selection of activities, you’ll also find seasons worksheets to help your child take their weather knowledge to the next level. They’ll match scenes to the right type of weather based on the season indicated by clues, and they’ll discover that plants and trees change throughout the months of the year based on season. This will help kids notice how the passage of time and the current season effects the environment around them.
Let’s get learning the weather and seasons with Kids Academy! Print out your favorite worksheets to get started!
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