Weather Patterns

  • Year Groups: 1, 2
  • Key Stage: KS1

SKU: G12CS40200

This scheme of work is also part of a Topic BundlePerfect if you are teaching 'Weather' as a cross-curricular topic. 

What's the difference between seasonal weather and daily weather? How does the weather change during each season in the United Kingdom? Challenge children to consider these questions, as well as how climate conditions vary in inland and coastal areas in the first few lessons of this seven-lesson Complete Series for Key Stage One.

Once your class have built on their understanding of British weather, look outwards, to the equator and the North Pole! The later lessons, through beautiful, detailed images and straightforward descriptions, explain differences in seasonal and daily weather in other parts of the world, and challenge children to consider not only how they differ to UK weather, but how the weather in polar and equatorial regions affects human behaviour. As well as lots of opportunities for children to develop their geography skills, there are a number of activities where they can express their ideas through writing or creating works of art. All of the lessons include highly-differentiated activities, so you can be sure that there are resources suited to your children – whether you teach Year 1, Year 2, or both!

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