Everyone likes to look out the window and see what it looks like outside. You might remember having done that at home, at school, at a store, on a school bus, or in the car.
Weather forecasters tell us what they think the weather will be for that day or the next. Sometimes it rains and other times it snows. In the book Learning to Read: Fairy Tale Adventures, Chicken Little thinks she sees something falling from the sky. To others she then shouts, “The sky is falling. The sky is falling.” Look outside. Is the sky falling?
Homeschoolers/Educators/Parents: Sketch and color an illustration. Read the story Chicken Little. Put these words in alphabetical order: sky, rooster, chicken, duck, turkey, goose, fox. Say each word out loud. Print each word three times to learn how to spell it correctly. Write what happens to Chicken Little and the other animals. Create a daily chart on the weather for a week. You can draw a picture of the sun for sunny weather, clouds for cloudy weather, a few drops of rain for rainy weather, and snowflakes for snowy weather. Add the temperature. (Skills: spelling, reading, writing, weather, numbers, identify, comprehend, apply, creative)