Popular Children Weather Books
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Over 20 Children’s Books about Weather (Fiction and Nonfiction)
Here are our favorite weather books for kids to use across your curriculum. Just a heads up, WeAreTeachers may collect a share of sales from the links on this page. We only recommend items our team loves! Thunderstorms can be scary! The sweet ending has a perfect message for your classroom community. The pigs have a list of requirements for their perfect picnic. Tree climbing, kite-flying, and of course, their favorite nibbles.
We love books about weather for kids! Children are often naturally curious about weather, particularly if they live in places that have weather extremes or severe weather. They want to know the whys, the whens and the wheres of weather! The books below capitalize on that natural sense of wonder and excitement, making teaching weather easy and fun. There are both fiction and non-fiction books below on weather for kids. All cover weather in some way. We think mixing both types of books makes for a more interesting and engaging unit on weather and more fun for individual readers, who can learn the whys and wheres, and also about people's experiences of weather.
Skip to main content. Preschool Winter Weather Books. Available for download now. I love this timeless classic book and its story of a boy's adventures on the first day of snow so it only made sense to buy the board book for my toddler to read to him during the snowy days here in Chicago! The story and artwork received the absolute most prestigious award for children's picture books, so my review cannot possibly do the justice it deserves. I am not even going to try to do that.
Young learners can learn all about the weather with the books featured in this collection of the best weather books for preschoolers.
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Weather Books for Preschoolers
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All 25 of these weather books for kids are perfect for learning about the changing weather. They will help your children learn about different types of weather. You should be able to find them at your local library or book store. Hello, World! The Cat and company travel by hot air balloon up and into various weather phenomena including rain, snow, thunder, tornadoes, and yikes! But what happens when the town picnic is almost ruined by a storm that catches the local frogcaster by surprise? Freddy has to step in to save the day!
This list contains Amazon affiliate links. Rabbits and Raindrops , by Jim Arnosky. The Rainy Day , by Anna Milbourne. Mushroom in the Rain , by Mirra Ginsburg. Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs , by Judi Barrett. Rain , by Manya Stojic. Just a Big Storm , by Mercer Mayer.