Weather is in our lives every day. This fall, we debut a new series that looks at the “What, Why, and Where” of everyday occurrences—which starts with the weather. What’s the Weather asks readers to consider the conditions outside and how it affects their everyday life.
About the Book
Weather changes daily. Sometimes it can even change from one moment to another—like a sudden storm. Weather affects our daily lives from what we wear to what outdoor activities (or lack thereof) we can do. Learning about weather and how to dress and prepare for it is an important skill to learn. Maybe even more important is the skill of observation. By asking simple questions, children become engaged and can start to observe and make correlations about the weather around them so they will understand how the weather impacts their lives.
To celebrate the release of this book, we decided to go a little more in-depth and created a fun temperature comparison where kids can learn a little bit more about the numbers we use to tell if it’s hot or cold.
Download the Worksheet! And, you can order copies of What’s the Weather: A What, Why, or Where Book and find more resources on the book homepage.