This handy printable weather diary prints onto A4 paper, which you can then fold to make an A5 booklet. Make sure you select the 'Booklet' option under 'Page Size and Handling' in the Adobe Acrobat Reader print dialog box (and check your booklet is set to print on both sides). You'll then have a fun booklet to record the weather each day for a whole week!
Weather Diary - Describing the Weather Booklet
Print out this fun weather diary and get the kids recording what the weather is doing today, including the temperature. Can they colour in the thermometer to show how hot or cold the weather feels?
This weather diary is ideal for older kids learning about how to record the weather and asks them to write a few details about the weather each day for a week, including temperature, rainfall and wind direction/speed.