Flashcards 1. Display all the weather flashcards on the board. Point and ask questions.
Teacher: What´s the weather like today?
Students: It´s rainy.
Teacher: Is it snowy?
Students: yes, it is.
Teacher: Is it sunny?
Students: No, it isn´t.
Flashcards 2. Make a weekday chart on the board using your flashcards.
Teacher: Today is Tuesday. What´s the weather like ?
Students: It´s windy.
Have the students ask and answer more questions.
Flashcards 3. Order the flashcards by size. Have the students tell you how to order them on the board. Then ask questions.
Teacher: Which is the biggest?
Students: The sun!
Teacher: Which is the smallest?
Students: The snowflake!
And ask questions about color.
Teacher: What color is the sun?
Flashcards 4. Make patterns. Hand in the student´s flashcards.
Say a pattern order and have the students create them on their desks using the smaller version. Place the flashcards on the board for student´s correction. This makes for a good listening exercise.
Teacher: windy, cloud, lightning, sunny!
Flashcards 4. Express weather likes. Place the weather flashcards on the board. Review all the weather flashcards that you have selected.
Hand in the small weather cards for the students to color and write their name on their favorite.
When they come to the board to place their card they have to express their opinion.
Student: My favorite weather is sunny.
Ask questions: Which weather has the most votes? ,Which weather has the least votes?, How many votes are there for sunny?
Flashcards 5. Games !
Give each student a spinner and a set of flashcards and questions to the group.
One student will be the reader and the rest will judge if the answer is correct. When a student answers a question correctly he or she colors a fraction of the spinner. If the answer is incorrect, he or he can´t color the spinner. The first student to complete coloring the spinner is the winner. I made a colored version that you can add plastic contact paper or laminate, students can use board markers to color and the spinner can be erased and reused. If not, use the paper version. The spinner has 8 fractions.
Game 2. Cards around the room. Place the flashcards on the floor around the room following a path. Play some music or some weather sounds and have the children walk around the path of path. When the sounds stops they have to grab the card close to them and at your signal show the flashcard and say the word.
Game 3. Have the children order the flashcards alphabetically. Give each group a set of flashcards and at your signal have them order the flashcards. The first group to finish calls STOP!