Who (or what) could be wearing these very cool aviator sunglasses? Children can have fun completing the picture.
More Weather Printables
We have even more weather printables from you to choose from here, from fun sun clocks to paper dolls there is something for everyone.
We've started the picture with an interesting pair of sunglasses (shades) - now get your child to complete it!
Who is wearing this fun pair of sunglasses? Get the kids to use their imagination and complete the picture...
Decorate the classroom, the notice board, the house or the playhouse for winter with this pretty printable winter bunting in icy designs. There are 8 flags in total, printing 2 to a page.
Learn how to draw a pretty snowflake with our step by step printable drawing tutorial for kids. Once you get started you will be drawing a snow flurry or even a snow storm before you know it!
This is a fun way to encourage children to think about how to measure wind direction, and why they might want to measure it. And of course, for some reason, weather vanes are often cockerel shaped - so ours is too! This easy craft includes a template for you to cut out.
These bright and cheerful rainbow display letters can be printed, cut out and used in so many ways. Brighten up your displays, hang them as a banner, spell words on the board or door, laminate them and use them for individual spelling activities, play match up games...
This simple rainbow scavenger hunt could be a fun activity for younger kids learning their colours or perhaps at a birthday party, and it works well in the classroom or home.
Get the kids to write a poem in the shape of a rainbow! Change the colours of the pens on each lines for a real rainbow effect...
Here's a fun activity for the classroom or home, or perhaps a group setting like guides or cubs. Children have to find something of each colour of the rainbow and write, draw or stick it in the boxes.
A snow day is a fun day, and there's lots of fun activity happening on this lovely colouring postcard. Simply print, colour, then fold in half and stick together - then send to someone special...
Our colouring postcards are lovely to receive in the post. Print out this snow fun postcard, colour it in, then fold and stick together. Then send to someone to make their day!
Print, cut out and add a little glitter before attaching a loop of ribbon and hanging to the tree. You could stick two together back to back with the ribbon glued between them if you like, or perhaps the kids could sign the back and add a little picture of their own and the date?
Print out these snowflake cards to use for number recognition and counting practice for little ones, or use them as a memory game for older kids. There are three sets of different snowflakes, and one set of snowflake numbers. You could use these cards for a game of Snap too...
Brighten up the classroom of home with some sunshine - and learn to tell the time too! There s some cutting and assembling involved in this sun clock printable, but it's not difficult to do and the resulting clock looks so appealing.
Print our simple sun safety activity sheet for home or classroom. Talk about how to stay safe in the hot sun during the summer. Now ask the kids to dress the kids with the appropriate clothes and accessories.
There are lots of different ways to use our printable weather game cards, so you'll have lots of fun activities to try even when it's raining outside! Print two sets to play snap or memory, or print four sets to play Happy Families.
Multiplication bump is a fun game to help children practice their times tables. Roll two dice, add them up, multiply by the number on the board and then place your counter on the answer. Don't forget to 'bump off' your opponent if they are there!
We've taken nine popular weather myths and explained if there is any truth behind them! Fascinating to read and perfect for some fun class discussions...