How do you know what to wear for the weather?

How do you know what to wear for the weather?

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# Extensions

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# Activity: What Did You Wear?

Encourage your students to think about the clothes they wear at different times of the day or different times of the year.

For an open-ended activity, ask your students to draw themselves as they would dress if it were raining or if it were snowing, or if it were sunny and hot. If drawing a whole outfit is too challenging, ask them just to draw the hat they would wear.

These worksheets from Education.com (available with free registration) offer many opportunities to have your students choose clothing appropriate to season.

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THIS LESSON WAS REVISED ON JULY 1, 2021. Here is a link to the previous version.
In this Read-Along lesson, students listen to an illustrated digital storybook with student participation. If you would prefer to read the book aloud yourself, you can switch to the non-narrated version. In the story, Kevin becomes a weather detective to figure out why he keeps losing his warm clothes. In the activity, Weather Window, students track the weather over four days.

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