Want to encourage your child’s interest in the weather? These are the top weather books for kids sure to delight and teach about our weather.
He likes to know when it’s likely to rain (or even thunder like it is right now!) or how many days we’ll see sunny days. He’ll check if our mornings will start with heavy fog, and if so, the time of day when it’ll finally lift.
Then, he’ll announce the weather at breakfast, sharing the highs and lows of the day. He’ll even use the weather to decide what to wear for school.
His interest in the weather might’ve started when he was a toddler. I’d hang “weather reports” on the wall with these simple sheets, depending on what we saw outside:
Who knows. One thing’s for sure: I like to follow up anything my kids get into with reading children’s books about the topic. Reading not only supports their current interests, but also teaches them information I never could’ve.
Through these weather books for kids, we’re able to learn about the different weather around the world and how clouds and rain form. We learn what makes for a sunny day or why the wind blows. We even see extreme weather and its effects on the environment.
Weather affects our day-to-day life and makes for an easy topic to talk about every day. Reading these weather books for kids only helps drive their interests even further and makes looking out the window all that more intriguing.
I hope you’ll find your next favorite weather books for kids from this selection:
Top weather books for kids
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Tell me in the comments: Have you read any of these weather books for kids? Which book would you add to the list?