Weather and Seasons Worksheets and Printables

These weather and season worksheets help kids identify weather patterns, seasonal weather, and the ways in which weather affects daily activities. They'll enjoy learning about the changing seasons and how to dress for different kinds of weather with these visual and easy-to-understand weather worksheets. While you're on the topic of nature, you might want to try some plants, animals and earth themed worksheets.
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Writing the Four Seasons
What Do You Wear in the Spring?
Seasonal Acrostic: Spring
What Do You Wear in the Winter?
What Do You Wear in the Summer?
What to Wear in the Fall
Circle What Belongs: Snowy Day
Circle What Belongs: Sunny Day
Science of the Seasons: How Do Trees Change?
Circle What Belongs: Rainy Day
Summer Word Game
Silly Seasons: Trees
Spring is a stupendous time for science studies! Help your child learn about weather, plants, animals, and life cycles with these blossoming spring science worksheets.
Silly Seasons: Clothes
Weather Forecast for Kids
Let your little one learn about seasonal cycles with these colorful cards.
These weather and season worksheets help kids identify weather patterns, seasonal weather, and the ways in which weather affects daily activities. They'll enjoy learning about the changing seasons and how to dress for different kinds of weather with these visual and easy-to-understand weather worksheets. While you're on the topic of nature, you might want to try some plants, animals and earth themed worksheets.

Tips for Teaching Weather and Seasons

The worksheets above can help introduce key Earth science skills by teaching about the four seasons and common types of weather. These printable worksheets can be complimented with hands-on activities about weather and science. Here are a few activity ideas below:

  • Talk about the three main types of clouds (cirrus, cirrostratus, and cirrocumulous). Then, using cotton balls, blue construction paper, and glue, work with your child to make pictures of them.
  • Go on a nature walk collecting different kids of leaves. Discuss what the leaves might look like during the four different seasons, and why this change occurs.
  • Reading or watching the weather report with your child is a great way to discuss the current climate in your area.
  • Every morning and evening for a week, record the temperature in your backyard with your child. How much does the temperature change depending on the time of day, and why?
  • The topic of weather and seasons presents new opportunities to learn about geography; download and print some of our geography worksheets for more learning in this area.

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