Weather Map Activity – Weather, Fronts, Pressure, and Precipitation

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This is an engaging and meaningful weather map activity is perfect to reinforce weather and practice using and analyzing weather maps! Students create and analyze a current weather map using a live surface weather map using the provided link . Students draw in and label weather fronts, air pressure systems, and precipitation, and answer analysis question about the map to predict future weather.

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This is an engaging and meaningful weather map activity is perfect to reinforce weather and practice using and analyzing weather maps! Students create and analyze a current weather map using a live surface weather map using the provided link . Students draw in and label weather fronts, air pressure systems, and precipitation, and answer analysis question about the map to predict future weather.

 

Great for classwork, homework, remediation, review, formative assessment, enrichment, or sub-plans. It’s hands on and relevant because it deals with current live weather happening around the United States right now! No Prep! Just need the handout of your choice and some colored pencils!

 

⭐ TOPICS INCLUDE ⭐
• Creating and Analyzing Weather Maps
• Weather Fronts
• Air Pressure Systems
• Precipitation
• Weather Prediction

 

⭐ WHAT YOU WILL RECEIVE ⭐

• Weather Maps Lesson Plan and Answer Key: A comprehensive teacher lesson plan with standards, sequence, tips, answers, and more. Perfect if you are new to teaching weather or you just need a handy lesson plan to share or give to an administrator.

• Three Weather Map Activity Handouts: Each map has clear directions, a link to the current weather map of the U.S., and image of U.S., and analysis questions for students to answer about their map after they created it. Versions include a map with no states labeled, a map with state abbreviations labeled, and a map with full names of state labeled.

• Student Example: A full color student example is included in your download to project to your students as you are previewing (or while they are completing) the lesson. Each day the weather is different, and they will be using real current data, so it is completely safe to project the example as your students are working to see what is expected.

 

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