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Weather: Read, Trace, Glue, and Draw
Handwriting practice with a weather theme while your students write their high-frequency. Students will read, write, re-arrange, and illustrate sentences. The rebus will help your most emergent reader feel successful. Two levels of this activity is included: Level one (10 pages)-students trace, Level two (10 pages)-students write. These work as a literacy station, center, or word work. These are also perfect as morning work. Supplement your weather lessons with these fun activities.
Solar System Unit: The Sun
LEGO Sundial Science Experiment plus many other fun hands on science activities for learning about the sun and our solar system for preschool, kindergarten, 1st grade, 2nd grade, 3rd grade, 4th grade and more (astronomy, homeschool,)
How High? Clouds and their relative heights infotoon for kids. | Dogfoose.com (Michael Kline)
An infotoon on the heights of clouds. Here’s a relative chart that can help approximate what kinds of clouds those are and roughly how high in the sky they are. Click the image for a larger, classroom friendly version.