Weather Resources for Kids

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Our class of five year olds is learning about weather at the moment, and my two year old is very curious about the weather Autumn arrives here in Australia. So I thought to myself, what the internet needs is an awesome list of weather resources for kids! Right? Read on…

I’ve grouped these sites by age because that’s exactly the kind of information I was looking for myself, and couldn’t find. The grouping is based on how easy it is for children to participate in the activity, or to access and ‘read’ the information at their age. But don’t let the groupings hold you back – take a look for yourself to see what would best suit the children that you’re playing and learning with.

Weather Resources for Kids

Sites for 2 – 4 year olds

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Sites for Kindergarteners and Beginning Schoolies (receptions, preps)

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Sites for 6 – 8 year olds

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Sites for 8 + year olds

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Have you found any fun places to learn about weather online? Please share!

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  1. Will have to check some of these out with Miss 4! Thanks for the great tips :)

  2. That’s so interesting! My son is always asking me to check what the weather will be like and he loves looking at the clouds and the sun on the net. I’m sure he’ll enjoy these kids websites even more.
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    • Hi Tat, the weather is so facsciating, for kids and adults. So many great learning opportunties – not to mention fun splashing puddles :)

  3. When I was teaching Kindergarten children about whether I used the Learning Federation tools, as they have Interactive Whiteboard experiences. I am not sure if that is a NSW specific resource though..

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