Home » Teaching Resources » Science of Weather – Wind Science of Weather – Wind Facebook Twitter Pinterest Print Ideas and lesson plans to enhance the learning and teaching of weather studies in primary schools. Aldridge, V., Meldrum, G. and Ross, H., 2005The Science of Weather: a primary school resourceCity of Edinburgh Council The Story for Teachers Resources Start exploring Search Resources All Levels Primary Secondary Geography Secondary Maths Secondary Science Choose a topic All Topics Air Masses Anticyclones Carbon Cycle Climate Climate Change Climate Zones Clouds Contour Coriolis Depressions El Nino Extreme Weather Flooding Front Global Atmospheric Circulation Hydrological Cycle Microclimates Past Climate Snow Synoptic Charts Tropical Cyclones Urban Heat Island Water Cycle Weather Weather Forecast Weather Map Weather System Choose an age range All ages Primary 0 to 7 7 to 11 Secondary 11 to 14 14 to 16 16 to 18 Latest from blog Weather, Climate and Chaos Theory Borrow a 3D printer to 3D Print the Central England Temperature Record Weather and Climate: a Teachers’ Guide Carbon Dioxide in the Atmosphere – Balancing the Flow Other resources you might like… Primary Global Winds Treasure Hunt Where is the wind found? When does the wind occur? How long does it last for? Do people like this wind? Primary Recommended Weather Resources for KS2 Recommended Weather Resources for teaching 7-11 year olds Primary Science of Weather – Tornadoes Ideas and lesson plans to enhance the learning and teaching of weather studies in primary schools. Primary Science of Weather – Precipitation Ideas and lesson plans to enhance the learning and teaching of weather studies in primary schools.