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Is the weather changing where you live? If so, why not add some fun weather themed activities to your day? These preschool weather activities are simple to prep and engaging!

GRAB YOUR FREE WEATHER SIMPLE ACTIVITY PLAN HERE!

Related: Check out MORE FREE Simple Activity Plans HERE!

In this FREE simple activity download I’ve shared 6 hands-on activity ideas that work on various preschool skills. Simply print this one page print out, take a peek at the photos below, and you’ll be set for lots of weather themed FUN!

Grab your free WEATHER themed activity plan and hang it on your fridge for easy reference.

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Download your free WEATHER activity plan HERE!

LITERACY: SNOWBALL LETTER MATCH

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Write letters on small squares of paper and scrunch each one into a ball. Write the same letters on a large sheet of paper in yellow highlighter. Toss the snowballs on the table. Have your child pick a snowball, open it and identify the letter then find it on the recording sheet and trace.

This is a great way to work on letter recognition, sounds, and letter formation! When your child is done tracing all the letters talk about it’s like in snowy weather? How does it feel? What season does it typically snow in?

MATH: KITE MATH

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Draw diamond kites on a large sheet of paper and label each with a number. Add a line kite tail to each. Give your child markers and have them draw horizontal lines (bows) on each kite tail to match the written number.

FINE MOTOR: RAINBOW POM-POM SORT

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Does your child love rainbows? Have fun chatting about the colors in a rainbow with this simple fine motor weather idea!

Fill a small bin with rainbow pom-poms. Set out a 6 pan muffin tin and add a colored cut piece of paper to each. Give your child tweezers and have them transfer and sort the pom-poms to each correct color muffin hole.

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SCIENCE: MAKE SNOW!

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Does it snow where you live? Here where we live it never snows so whenever we are talking about weather I love to make up a batch of this EASY two ingredient fake snow for play!

For this messy play activity all you’ll need is baking soda and shaving cream! Add 1 cup of baking soda to a large bowl. Then add in 1 cup of shaving cream. Mix together using a spatula and as it starts to come together dive your hands in to mix well. Now you are ready to PLAY! It’s that easy!

Check out my full easy snow recipe post here!

VOCABULARY: COLOR AND LABEL

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Sketch simple weather pictures on a sheet of paper (stormy, sunny, cloudy, etc.). Cut out pieces of masking tape and label each with a matching weather name word. Have your child peel and stick the weather word to the correct picture. Color.

CRAFT: COTTON BALL RAIN CLOUD

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Sketch a cloud outline on a sheet of paper. Have your child fill the cloud with glue and cover the glue with cotton balls. Give your child paint and have them finger paint dab and dot raindrops coming down from the cloud.

Related: SIMPLE VALENTINE’S DAY SNACK

MOVE YOUR BODY!

I LOVE adding music and movement to our themes! We use songs to break up our day and just for fun! Here is a great weather themed song for kids!

Related: WINTER MOVEMENT SONGS FOR KIDS

Grab your WEATHER ACTIVITY PLAN HERE!

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Are you searching for even more weather themed ideas? I have a pack of Pre-K Centers and Activities that are all WEATHER THEMED!

CHECK OUT MY PRE-K WEATHER THEMED CENTERS AND ACTIVITIES PACK! This resource is packed full of math and literacy centers, just print printables, and hands-on weather themed ideas for preschool, pre-k, and kindergarten!

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