Cross curricular lessons/unit: Weather

The school day is much shorter than we realize. It is increasingly difficult to cover all of the material and nearly impossible to do so in an engaging/enjoyable way for the students. One way to solve this problem is to teach cross-curricular material. This allows educators to teach the given content while also working on another content area or skill. This may be done by one teacher (in an elementary classroom) or it may require collaboration between teachers of different subject matter.

  1. Weather Wiz Kids weather information for kids

    Weather Wiz Kids is a fun and safe website for kids about all the weather info they need to know. It contains tools for weather education...

  2. Podcasting

    Students and teachers from all over the world are learning from audio and video programs on desktop computers, laptops, tablets, netbooks...

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    The writing process should be followed when creating script for podcasts. Students should be given time to complete each step and self-mo...

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  4. Charting the Daily Weather Teaching Tip

    In order to incorporate math into this content, teachers and students can work together to read and record different weather measurements...

  5. Art & Language Arts Curriculum (Education at the Getty)

    These lessons were created and tested in the classroom by Los Angeles area elementary teachers. The lessons found through this link work ...

  6. Weather History

    This easy-to-use weather history tool allows you to find weather conditions going back to 1973, accessing historical weather data for mor...

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