This Close Reading bundle includes three close reading sets about weather tools, cloud types, and storm types. The articles are aligned with the Virginia Standards of Learning (4.6) and each article includes a schema builder, vocabulary set, the article, a questioning page that requires text evidence, and a written response for deeper thinking and text citation.

This is a zip file of a Powerpoint all about weather and a student recording sheet.Aligns with Virginia's 4th grade Science Weather SOL. Vocabulary includes:weatherclimatemeteorologistprecipitationthunderstormshurricanestornadoesblizzardsfloodsdroughtsthermometerrain gaugehygrometerbarometeranemometerwind vanefrontscumulous cloudsstratus cloudscirrus clouscumulonimbus cloudsThe PowerPoint is made up of 32 slides...real photographs from Pixabay are used.

Bring engaging and interactive activities into your classroom with these science notebook pages. This resource contains 15 different interactive notebook activities covering weather instruments and symbols, weather maps, forms of precipitation, fronts, catastrophic events, and much more!

Do you teach about the Water Cycle and the States of Matter? These nonfiction articles, flip books, comprehension questions, and assessments are a time saving resource! Use them to introduce or review your unit on the Water Cycle and the States of Matter. This resource is perfect for your science interactive notebooks. Practice close reading while integrating important science content! Great for third, fourth, and fifth grade- links to other science units too!

Hundreds of templates for science interactive notebooks. Student science journals come to life with these activities. Topics include Earth science, Life science, Weather, Chemistry, Energy, Space, and Physical Science. This product is packed with amazing resources for your science class.

MobyMax Cognitive Skill Science for K-8 Schools - Free Touch Curriculum™ Deepens Learning Through Exploration, Reasoning and 20,000 Cognitive Skill Manipulatives. MobyMax is specifically designed for teachers.

30+ books to help you with your weather unit planning in the elementary classroom. Fiction and non-fiction, covering weather in general, clouds, extreme weather, and the water cycle with links to purchase the books for your own classroom.

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