Grade 1 Worksheets
Preschool weather themes, seasonal themes and climate related preschool themes for teaching children can be found in this section of the website.
Paying attention to the weather daily is a great way to familarize preschool chidren with changing weather conditions. These preschool weather and seasonal themes will give you simple facts and details that will help you teach preschool and kindergarten children anywhere.
*Check Our Pre K Themes below relating to Wind, Rain, Snow and Clouds/Fog for fun learning facts for teaching children.
What is Snow?
When the clouds are heavy and grey in the winter time, they are made up of crystals of ice. When the weather is very cold below 0ºC or 32ºF, and the clouds are heavy; the ice crystals fall down to earth as snowflakes.
When the air is very very cold, the snowflakes will be tiny, and hard.
When the air isn’t that cold, the snowflakes will be larger and softer.
You can catch snowflakes on your tongue when it is snowing outside. They are very cold on your tongue.
Snowflakes have six sides and are very beautiful to look at.
No two snowflakes are the same.
They come in many different shapes and sizes.
Snow protects our trees, grass and plants during the winter time.
When the spring time comes and melts our snow, the trees, grass and plants drink the melted snow and will be ready to grow big, bright, and colorful again.
We need to dress warm in the winter so our bodies don’t get too cold. We need to wear boots, mitts, hats, snow pants, winter coats, scarves, hats, and ear muffs.
We can have fun playing in the snow, tobogganing, making snowmen, snow forts, snow balls, and snow angels.
Get some small spray bottles and fill them with different colors of water colored by food coloring, when you are with the children outside, have them spray the snow with the spray bottles and they will create fun colored snow.