My favourite weather myth is that cows lie down when it's going to rain - although the met office says this isn't true, and they probably just need a rest! Can you choose your favourite weather myth and design a poster asking people to follow the advice in the myth?
More Weather Worksheets
Here are our weather worksheets that don't fit in to other categories! Amongst other things you will find a lovely rainbow mnemonic, symmetry worksheets and a shape poem template below. More coming soon.
Print off this page full of clothes, then ask the kids to circle the ones that are best to wear on a cold snowy day.
Here's a fun worksheet that helps the kids write their own 'weather myth' based on some things they have observed about the weather - there's space to draw a picture too!
Can they children imagine they are going on holiday somewhere cold - on a skiing holiday or off to see Santa in Lapland perhaps? What would they need to take with them? There's plenty of space to draw or write their packing list in the suitcase.
Here's a fun worksheet all about packing to go and stay somewhere hot! Can the kids fill the suitcase with the things they'd need for hot weather? They can write them down or draw pictures if they prefer...
It can rain a lot here in the UK, so we often have to be prepared for the wet weather! Can the children imagine they are going to stay somewhere with wet weather and draw or write what they will need in the suitcase?
Learn about mnemonics with one of the most well-known ever - how we remember the colours of the rainbow. This worksheet challenges the children to come up with their own rainbow mnemonic.
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...
Nowadays, we have modern methods to help us predict the weather, but in the past, people often relied on weather myths. Three-quarters of the public here in the UK still use weather myths and sometimes get caught out when they rely on them!
How much do your children know about the water cycle? Test them with this fun cloze worksheet. Read the text and fill in the missing words from the word bank.
This worksheet asks the kids to describe how water travels through the water cycle. We've included a helpful list of the words they'll need in the box on the right, and a picture too.
Can the children describe how water travels through the water cycle using this fun worksheet? We've started them off with four useful words to include in their description.
Here's a challenging worksheet for older kids learning about the water cycle. We've listed water cycle words and terms on the right - can the children fill the words into the correct box on the picture? Available in colour, or black and white.
Here's a slightly easier water cycle labelling worksheet for the kids to have a go at. Can they add the four words into the correct box on the picture? We have colour, or black and white versions to choose from below.
Here's a fun set of copywork printables featuring some popular weather myths. We have two versions to choose from below: colour, or black and white.