1. Make the following: A thermometer with the words, freezing cold, cold, cool, warm, hot, and burning hot. My weather station. Today is. Sunny, cloudy, icy, snowy, rainy, stormy, windy,...
2. Color everything.
Is It Spilled Milk?
*We saw a bear, a cat, a skull, and an alligator! What did you see?
Directions: Fold cupcake liners in half and glue onto paper. Cut a chenille stem in half and form into an umbrella handle and glue inside cupcake liner. Use fingers dipped into blue paint to create raindrops on and around umbrellas.
Directions: Fill bottle with toothpicks and skewers. Leave about an inch of space near the top of bottle. Using funnel pour in about an inch or so of grains. Twist lid on. Shake or turn bottom upside and listen to the sound the grains make as they fall. Through trial and error add more grains or sticks to reach the desired rain sound. Once desired rain sound is reached hot glue the lid onto the bottle.
Painting Clouds with Cotton Balls
Read "Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs" by Judi Barrett
Make your own Plate of Meatballs
Supplies Needed; Paper plate, scraps of paper, pompoms, glue, and scissors
Give children scraps of paper, scissors and pompoms and ask them to use their creativity to create their own plate of meatballs.