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Unit 4: Weather For Preschoolers

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Time to complete
4.42 Attendance Hours

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  1. Lesson 1

    Pop-Up: Weather Preschool Day 1

     Duration 60  minutes
    You’ll hear all about what happens when the wind won’t stop blowing when Ms. Peggy reads “And the Wind Blew.” Then try to catch some wind yourself with a homemade kite.
  2. Lesson 2

    Pop-Up: Weather Preschool Day 2

     Duration 70  minutes
    Use the words you learn during the read aloud of “Weather” by Lisa M. Gerry to become a weather forecaster for your family.
  3. Lesson 3

    Pop-Up: Weather Preschool Day 3

     Duration 75  minutes
    Find out how Frederick the artist (and mouse) prepares for the winter and then make some art of your own.
  4. Lesson 4

    Pop-Up: Weather Preschool Day 4

     Duration 50  minutes
    Have you ever been stuck in the mud? Read My Truck is Stuck, act it out, and then go on a rainbow matching hunt.
  5. Lesson 5

    Pop-Up: Weather Preschool Day 5

     Duration 10  minutes
    Today is Fun Friday! What will we be doing today?


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