Explore different types of weather with six fun engaging hands-on activities for kids. Hands-on learning provides higher engagement and hooks your child into fun and learning.
Observe and predict the weather with six fun engaging learning activities for preschoolers.
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#1 Create your own weather board game from Pink Stripey Socks. Free printable included makes it easy to get started.
# 2 Explore the force of wind with Handmade Kids Art. Try printmaking in a new way as you play with wind and feathers. (Bonus: it doesn’t have to be windy outside to do the activity).
#3 Observation is important to understanding weather patterns. Sketch the weather is a great activity combining observation and art from School Time Snippets. Free printable included.
#4 Build your own clouds with I Heart Crafty Things. This hands-on activity will encourage your child to learn about the different cloud formations.
#5 Track weather patterns and predict with A Little Pinch of Perfect’s DIY weather chart. Free printable included.
#6 Make your own blizzard! A mess-free (and warmer way) to experience a snowy blizzard from Artsy Momma.
This post is part of the Creative Preschool series. View the entire series of learning activities for preschoolers on Artsy Momma.