Materials you will need: paper, straws, string, and markers or crayons
**If available, you can also use the following materials during construction: a ruler, tissue paper, plastic wrap, cardboard, ribbon
Here's a great place to start- A BOOK! Please share this book with your child.
This week, encourage your young one to keep a weather journal for each day (you may use the one pictured here as a guide, or come up with your own format!). Have them draw pictures or write words that represent what the weather looks and feels like. Want to take it a step further? Teach your child to either use a thermometer at home, or use an online tool (like this one) to look up the temperature for each day and record that information in their journals as well. Help them use their journals to try and notice patterns by the end of the week.
Ready for a weather-themed STEM challenge? HERE WE GO!
...and try your best to keep this song from playing on repeat in your head all week! Have fun!