Tuesday, September 17, 2013

Weather Freebies - Flipchart, Homework, NB Page

First, I apologize for the long delay in between posts. I was moved into a new position (still a technology coach but servicing Title 1 school...of which we have a lot!) and I have been a little overwhelmed. 

As an apology, I have included a link to a complete weather lesson I recently created for some teachers. You will find a Promethean Flipchart (you can only download if you have the Promethean software), a copy of the blank weather map seen in the picture above, and a copy of the homework sheet (seen in picture #2). 

This is a two day lesson with the first day showing the flipchart and creating the weather map symbol cheat sheet. The second day involves taking students to the computer lab to complete the two weather activities on Edhead.com (http://www.edheads.org/activities/weather/). 



K scienceclassroomcafe said...

This is one of the best science teaching blogs that I have stumbled across online. Thanks for your inspirational and thorough posts. I will be back often!

Happy Teaching!

Kate's Science Classroom Cafe

Anonymous said...

I will certainly use this lesson as our 1st quarter unit includes weather upon our return from summer break. I was wondering what the flip chart looks like as we do not use Promethean boards, but other types of technology- Mimeos, doc cameras, etc.