Poetry About Weather

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Poetry can connect science and language arts. Consider these when you are planning your weather unit.

It’s Snowing! It’s Snowing!: Winter Poems, Jack Prelutsky

Falling Up, Shel Silverstein

  • “The Bear, the Fire, and the Snow”
  • “Snowball”

A Light in the Attic, Shel Silverstein

  • “STRANGE WIND”

Where the Sidewalk Ends, Shel Silverstein

  • “LAZY JANE”
  • “RAIN”
  • “SNOWMAN”

 

The Butterfly Jar, Jeff Moss

  • water: “Turning Off the Faucet”
  • “Rain”

Something Big has Been Here, Jack Prelutsky

  • “The Rains in Little Dribbles”
  • “You’re Nasty and You’re Loud”
  • “The Rains in Little Dribbles”

A Pizza the Size of the Sun, Jack Prelutsky

  • “I Am Riding on a Cloud”

Runny Babbit, Shel Silverstein

  • RUNNY’s BIGHT TOOTS

 

Do you need free clip art for decorating your classroom or messages you’re planning to send home?

I found black and white clip art at Pixabay that might be just what you need! If you can print in color, they also have winter vector graphics – lots of snowpeople and penguins!

 

One thought on “Poetry About Weather

  1. You amaze me with all the great connections you find between science, math, art and language! Perfect for STEAM! Thanks for sharing!

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