Weather Reading Comprehension and Worksheets

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In this weather reading comprehension, students will learn about weather fronts, air pressure systems, isobars, and how to read and analyze weather maps. Your students will apply their new knowledge by answering questions throughout the reading portion, analyze a weather map, and complete comprehension questions at the end.

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In this weather reading comprehension, students will learn about weather fronts, air pressure systems, isobars, and how to read and analyze weather maps. Your students will apply their new knowledge by answering questions throughout the reading portion, analyze a weather map, and complete comprehension questions at the end.

 

⭐ TOPICS INCLUDE ⭐

– Weather Fronts
– Air Pressure Systems
– Isobars
– Reading Weather Maps
– Analyzing Weather Maps and Forecasting

 

The weather reading comprehension article is 4 pages and is accompanied by a 3 pages of weather map analysis and comprehension check questions . The printable version is a PDF and the Google Slides digital version includes pre-made text-boxes to help your students. Answer Key Included!

 

⭐ WHAT YOU WILL RECEIVE (PDF and Google Slides) 

• Weather and Weather Maps Guided Reading Comprehension: This four-page weather guided reading included chunked questions throughout, bolded and defined vocabulary, diagrams, and numbered paragraphs for easy recall of information. Students will learn about weather fronts, air pressure systems, wind, isobars, weather map symbols, and more.

• Weather Text-Dependent Questions: In this three-page worksheet, students will analyze and answer questions about a weather map, complete short answer and true/false questions, and complete a weather graphic organizer. Answers to all questions are found in the text.

• Answer Keys: Answer keys are included for all activities.

 

This is a perfect student-led lesson on weather and weather maps! All questions for this weather reading comprehension are text-dependent and do not require prior knowledge. This is a fantastic lesson all on its own and would make a great homework, introductory activity, review, or sub-plan.

Science article reading comprehension and questions make excellent sub-plans, a great close and careful classroom reading, meaningful homework, or alternative work for an absent student. Finding reliable articles or reading comprehension questions on the Internet is time consuming, and too often, secondary science students find the answer key online. This is easy to implement and your students won’t find the answers online! Your students will be engaged with science literacy in your classroom!

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