One of the first ways a child interacts with the world is through the weather. Use this list of weather books to build your child’s understanding of their world.
Weather science is science your student can observe, document, and experience. It’s all around us!
As your family studies science and weather, your student can use this list of books to expand their knowledge about the basics of weather science and meteorology. Learn about the water cycle, wind, rain, and much more through this extensive list of weather books.
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Weather Books Related to the Water Cycle
At the very basis of our weather is the water cycle. Introduce children to the concepts of evaporation, condensation, and precipitation with these weather books that discuss the water cycle.
A Drop Around the World
(This book contains quite a few geography tidbits as well!)
Weather Books Related to Clouds
From the ages of 2 to 102, clouds fascinate us all. Help your child learn about the different types of clouds, how heat and moisture affect the clouds, and much more with these weather books about clouds.
Weather Books Related to Rain
Precipitation is a big word, but it takes a form we can all understand. Learn about how rain forms, falls, and influences life in every corner of our globe with these weather books about rain.
Weather Books Related to Wind
All weather is driven by two main factors, moisture and air movement. Teach your child about air movements and how they influence our world with these windy weather books.
Weather Books Related to General Weather
Weather Books about Extreme Weather
Lightning, thunder, hurricanes, and more! Open the discussion on all types of extreme weather with these books!
Find more books about specific types of extreme weather:
Activity Books About Weather
Take your child’s weather studies a step further with these fun activity books about weather.
Easy Weather Unit Studies
Would you like to do an in-depth study of weather with your students? Use these book lists and several of our TCHSL products for an easy weather unit study!
Quickly plan out a 12-week study with A Season of Science. Use this guide to easily lay out your resources so you and your children can spend more time learning and less time planning!
This student science journal is a perfect companion to your unit studies. Your student will learn to think through their subject, evaluate their resources, conduct experiments, and much more with this easy-to-use journal!
More TCHSL posts about unit studies and science:
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